Unintentional irony in the NYT.

This lede in the NYT is so absurd it must be a weird joke: “He was the moneyman to the stars, entrusted with managing fortunes for the likes of Wesley Snipes, Sylvester Stallone and Annie Leibovitz. But when they arrested him on Thursday, federal prosecutors described him as something else.”

What “but”? No “but”. Snipes was convicted of tax evasion. Leibovitz nearly lost her home. I can only assume Stallone is in trouble.