The world’s most exclusive private millionaire’s club is suing a local brokerage for allegedly obtaining its notoriously top secret list of members and using it to try to sell a home.
Tiger 21, a powerful social networking group comprised of the world’s most wealthy entrepreneurs, claims Halstead Property broker Dorothy Somekh illegally infiltrated the organization in an effort to find a buyer for a $45 million Upper East Side townhouse once home to screen star-turned-princess Grace Kelly and singer Harry Belafonte.
Somekh’s “pure greed” led her to allegedly pressure an employee of Tiger 21 to supply a confidential list of the group’s ultra-rich members and then spam them with advertisements for the property, for which she had the exclusive listing.
A sale of the property would have netted her a whopping $2.7 million commission.
Hey, it says here she went to Woodstock back in ’69. Maybe she lost her manners there, and never got ’em back?