57-year-old billionaire Michael Goguen is being sued by four former employees for roughly $800 million in damages.
In the suit, it is reported that he is being accused of having a spreadsheet of 5,000 women that he had sex with, according to a report by Complex.
“The allegations reportedly come after a previous settlement of $40 million with a woman who claims he ‘sexually, physically, and emotionally’ abused her—which his attorney called a ‘vile collection of lies.’ Documents reported by the Post now show him being accused of controling local law enforcement in the town of Whitefish, Montana, owning several “safe houses” where he takes young women to have sex, and placing a “boom boom” room in a bar that he owns to “maintain women for the purpose of committing illicit sexual activity.” Complex reported.
The people who dragged him to court reportedly helped set up Goguen’s security contractor Amyntor Group LLC, with the lead plantiff being Matthew Marshall, who the Post says allegedly helped purchase “luxury homes and vehicles for members of his harem,” while spying on and “intimidating his enemies.”
“Marshall was being asked to purchase, out of his personal accounts, vehicles, jewelry, earnest money deposits on properties, and to provide cash or other items for Goguen’s mistresses, or as hush-money payoffs to Goguen’s acquaintances and employees who had ‘learned too much’ about Goguen’s sexual misconduct and crimes, and the Goguen Sexual Scheme,” court papers allegedly revealed.
The accused had yet to address this as at press time.