Banker nabbed for sex bash
Police say stripper performed for high-school students at backyard party
NEW CASTLE, N.Y. (AP) - A Wall Street broker and his wife, the parents of a high school football player, were arrested for allegedly holding a team party with beer, marijuana and a stripper who let students as young as 15 lick whipped cream off her body.
Robert Wien, senior managing director at Josephthal & Co., and his wife Rochelle, were charged with endangering the welfare of a child and unlawfully dealing with a child. The offenses carry up to a year in jail.
"The parents were present and aware of what was going on, not just in terms of the alcohol that was being imbibed by these high schoolers but in terms of the actual sexual acts that were taking place in their back yard," District Attorney Jeanine Pirro said.
Police said they were responding to a noise complaint Saturday when they found the naked woman on her back performing a lewd act on the Wiens' patio. Pirro said there were 30 to 40 students, including some girls, at the party.
Detective Sgt. James Carroll said the stripper was about halfway through a $325, hour-long act when officers interrupted and told her to get dressed.
Pirro said the stripper apparently was hired by some students. The woman was not charged.
The party marked the end of summer training camp for the team from Horace Greeley High School in Chappaqua.
Wien, 50, is director of investment banking at New York-based Josephthal; Rochelle Wien, 48, is a massage therapist.
The Wiens, whose son is a quarterback, did not immediately return a call Wednesday.
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