Wife of accused sex dungeon abuser Howard Rubin files for divorce

The longtime wife of ex-Soros Fund portfolio manager Howard Rubin — who is accused of sexually abusing multiple women in his sex dungeon Manhattan apartment — has filed for divorce, court records show.

Mary J. Henry — who married Rubin in 1985, according to the New York Times — initiated the divorce in Manhattan Supreme Court on Wednesday.

Henry’s lawyer and Rubin did not immediately return requests for comment.

Rubin, 66, has faced a slew of lawsuits brought by various women accusing him of sexually abusing them in his BDSM-themed Midtown pad — replete with ropes, toys, electrocuting devices and other implements.

One of the women has since settled her claims against Rubin after she signed a document admitting that their 2015 encounter was consensual.

Another Brooklyn federal court sex abuse lawsuit filed against Rubin by six women — including some who’ve modeled for Playboy — was slated for trial in March 2020 but has since been postponed until November 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Metro | New York Post

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