From The Next Web:
One-time dotcom success story Jennifer Sultan, who sold her company Live On Line in 2000 for $70 million, has completed an incredible fall from grace after being arrested in New York for allegedly trafficking guns and prescription pills.
Having spent all the cash, she partnered with a Queens-based drug and gun dealer, Ivan Chavez, who she has allegedly supplied with pills from her 10-room, four-bedroom penthouse. Behind all of this, however, is a New York City police officer, Nicholas Mina, who is the focal point of the story. Mina admitted to stealing guns from his fellow officers to settle drug debts. Just twenty four hours earlier, Mina was in a police uniform.
Just 12 years after selling her web streaming company, Sultan has hit rock bottom and left few feeling sorry for her…even her own father.
“What an idiot!” David Sultan told the NY Post.
“She had a great life, and she just f–ked it up…I don’t know what the hell she’s doing,” he said.
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