Businessman Steven Hoffenberg’s passing has garnered widespread media attention. After his pal Jeffrey Epstein admitted to running one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in US history, he gained notoriety. The body of Steven Hoffenberg was found in his Connecticut residence. His death was confirmed by authorities.
According to authorities in Derby, Connecticut, police were called to Hoffenberg’s apartment on Tuesday at 8 a.m. for a handout. They came to a body that was “in a condition that prevented ocular identification.”
The medical examiner received his remains and performed a post-mortem to ascertain the cause of death. Initial analysis reveals no signs of trauma. According to authorities, the cause of death is yet unknown and is awaiting further forensic scientific analysis.
Although it is believed that the dead body belongs to Hoffenberg, the official identification has not yet taken place.
According to a statement from the police, “a subsequent dental record comparison is underway in order to make a positive identification and subsequent notifications to appropriate next of kin.”
I Hoffenberg put forth a bid to buy the New York Times and afterwards started working there. Sources claim that Hoffenberg funded the document for three months to prevent its liquidation. The Securities & Exchange Board’s allegations of a civil scam prevented him from acquiring the document, which led to the criminal prosecution of the Speculative bubble case.
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