George Soros asks judge to keep ex-lover’s details private to prevent his ’embarrassment’

Soros and Ferreyr / Splash News

George Soros wants the dirty details revealed about him during his legal battle with his half-century younger ex-girlfriend Adriana Ferreyr kept from the public.

Attorneys for Soros, who was reportedly struck in the head by Ferreyr during a Tuesday deposition, are asking a judge to prevent public access to certain details to shield Soros from “annoyance” and “embarrassment,” according to the New York Post.

Now his attorney, LA-based attorney-to-the-stars Martin Singer, is afraid Ferreyr’s lawyer will disclose “confidential information” about his client.

The sensitive documents include “medical information, personal financial information, and intimate details regarding the private lives of the parties and non-parties (including, most extensively, Mr. Soros’ wife),” according to court papers filed by Singer on Feb. 11.

Singer wants Justice Debra James to prevent public access to the information that could cause Soros an “unreasonable annoyance, expense, embarrassment … or disadvantage.”

Soros is being sued by Ferreyr for reneging on a promise to gift her a $10 million New York City apartment, which was instead given to Soros’ new wife, Tomiko Bolton. She is only 41 years younger than Soros.

Published with permission from the Washington Free Beacon. 


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