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New York DA Supervisor Engages in Kinky Fetishes, Wife Claims

The estranged wife of Jeffrey Stein, the top administrative supervisor in the prosecutor’s office for Nassau County, New York, filed a civil divorce petition claiming her husband’s kinky sexual preferences gave her post traumatic stress disorder.

According to Carole Mundy, Stein victimized her with “predatory and extreme depraved antisocial sexual conduct so egregious it shows a blatant disregard for the marital relationship that it shocks the conscience.”

The alleged behavior included Stein dressing as a “sissy maid” and wearing “an anal plug with a horse tail and pretended to be a horse by galloping around the marital residence.” Mundy further stated that, while pretending to be a cat, Stein “used [a] litter box and cleaned himself.”

Her divorce petition also said Stein had shown her “a male chastity belt with locks under his clothing to wear to work at the Nassau County DA’s Office,” and told her that he “received sexual gratification from wearing this device at work.”

Additionally, Mundy noted that Stein was unnaturally concerned with the personal affairs of his previous supervisor, Representative Kathleen Rice, who had served as Nassau County’s DA before she was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives; at one point, Stein hired a psychic in an attempt to “determine” her love life.

As reported by the New York Post, Mundy’s attorney, David Mejias, said his client had been “traumatized for years by the depravity of her husband and by his insistence on reliving the abuse in open court. It is a bedroom nightmare that no one should have to endure.”

Stein’s current supervisor, District Attorney Madeline Singas, faced campaign attacks during her 2015 election bid. Following Rice’s departure to Congress, Singas, a Democrat, had been appointed as the acting District Attorney for Nassau County. In October 2015 her Republican challenger, Kate Murray, released an attack ad that highlighted Mundy’s claims against Stein and derided Singas for refusing “to fire a top staffer who is an accused domestic abuser.”

Nevertheless, in November 2015, Nassau County voters rebuked the ad hominem attack and elected Singas – whose principal campaign promise was to fight government corruption.

Sources: New York Post, www.newsday.com


 

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