Nicolas De-Meyer apparently committed suicide before he was set to plead guilty to stealing wine from his ex-boss, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon.
An ex-aide charged with stealing $1.2 million of wine from Goldman Sachs CEO leaps 33 floors to his death
Nicolas De-Meyer left behind an industrial town in Ohio and reinvented himself in New York City, working for the head of Goldman Sachs. Then he killed himself.
An ex-aide to Goldman Sachs' CEO who was accused of stealing $1.2 million worth of wine jumped to his death from the 33rd floor of a swanky New York hotel (GS)
Nicolas De-Meyer, a former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, jumped to his death from a window in the Carlyle Hotel on Tuesday, according to media reports.
Before his death, De-Meyer was set to plead guilty on charges of stealing more than $1.2 million in vintage wine from his former boss.
A former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon jumped to his death on Tuesday before he was scheduled to plead guilty to charges of stealing more than $1.2 million in...