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  1. The company’s counsel, David M. Goldstein, was in charge of drawing up the paperworkestablishing the casino. At the time, Goldstein was in business with Alvin Malnik, a prominent South Florida figure accused in 1980 by gambling officials of associating with known mobsters such as Meyer Lansky. At the same time that Atlantic Casino was operating in Miami Beach, one of the partners invested in a gambling boat in Tampa Bay. This casino was managed by Tatiana Varzar, a Brighton Beach restaurateur, and her husband, Michael, who had been sentenced to 52 months in federal prison for a tax scheme linked to four New York crime families. In 2008, Tatiana Varzar operated a catering company out of a Trump condominium in South Florida. Cohen’s two main partners, Arkady Vaygensberg and Leonid Tatarchuk, were born in the Ukraine, a country where Cohen has deep family and business ties. Both Cohen and his brother, Bryan, married Ukrainian women and did business with their fathers, Fima Shusterman and Alex Oronov. Oronov died earlier this month after a prolonged illness, Bryan Cohen told BuzzFeed News. In an interview this week, Michael Cohen at first said that he did not have a stake in the casino business, only the yacht, and bore no responsibility for lost wages and unpaid debts. But BuzzFeed News then sent him documents with his signature showing he owned 30 percent of the company. “I disagree and, if I did, I never knew it,” he said. Michael Cohen arriving at Trump Tower in New York. Bloomberg / Getty Images
  2. The Brits have long been famed for their stiff upper lip. Americans, meanwhile, are thought to be more adventurous. Now, new research proves the stereotypes to be false - in terms of attitudes to cheating, at least. The survey of 1,000 adults was carried out by DrEd.com - an online pharmacy and heath advice site. It found that American men are the least likely to cheat on their partner, while European women are the worst offenders. Some 57 per cent of Europeans reported they had been unfaithful at least once, compared to 36 per cent of Americans. Around 31 per cent of American men said they had cheated, compared to 49 of European males. European women were the most promiscuous 64 per cent had cheated - compared to 41 per cent of American women. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3266785/Europeans-likely-cheat-Americans-risks-contraception-Surprising-study-reveals-just-sexual-preferences-vary-pond.html#ixzz3oMpO5kJC Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
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