Warning: This Story Contains Visuals of George Soros in Bed

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You know, the thought of the world’s foremost Marxist/Capitalist (not necessarily in that order) George Soros is stomach-churning enough without the added element of picturing him in bed:

A beautiful Brazilian soap star has the lead role in her own daytime drama, which casts George Soros, the billionaire financier of lefty causes, as a heavy who not only broke her heart, but also reneged on a promise to give her an Upper East Side apartment worth $1.9 million, The New York Post reported Thursday.

The drama will be staged in Manhattan Supreme Court, where 28-year-old Adriana Ferreyr on Wednesday filed a blockbuster $50 million suit charging, among other things, that the frisky octogenarian slapped her around while they were in bed discussing his real estate betrayal.

The sultry actress and the mogul, who is worth some $14.5 billion, had dated for five years before he heartlessly dumped her a year ago, the lawsuit says.

But they briefly reconciled, and while spending a romantic night together, he whispered in her ear that he had given the apartment to another woman.

“While still in bed, Soros slapped Ferreyr across the face and proceeded to put his hands around her neck in an attempt to choke her,” her lawsuit claims.

Soros, 80, then allegedly attempted to strike her with a glass lamp, and though he narrowly missed, it smashed on the floor and she cut her foot, which required three stitches.

According to a police report, she called cops, but no charges were filed.

That’ll teach her for hitting the sack with the Puppet Master while wearing a Fox News t-shirt.

In bed with George Soros is a dangerous and crowded place to be, because MoveOn, Media Matters, Code Pink, Michael Moore and Open Society are also in there.

By the way, Soros might counter-sue the woman, because the chick got blood on his Friedrich Engels signature line bed sheets.

Update: Dana Perino: “Not for all the money in the world.”

Heh.

Author: Doug Powers

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