Was CNBC’s late contributor Seth Tobias slain over a gay love affair? Disreputable and money hungry sources say “yes”.
The high-minded gossips at NY Times reexamined Tobias’ September death, when the businessman “drowned” in his Florida mansion’s swimming pool. And the vultures are finding some skeletons:
Mr. Tobias’s four brothers and Mrs. Tobias are locked in a legal battle over the estate, which is worth at least $25 million. And, in a civil complaint, they have gone so far as to accuse her of murder.
The brothers, Samuel, Spence, Scott and Joshua, claim Mrs. Tobias drugged her husband and lured him into the pool. Bill Ash, a former assistant to Mr. Tobias, said he had told the police that Mrs. Tobias confessed to him that she had cajoled her husband into the water while he was on a cocaine binge with a promise of sex with a male go-go dancer known as Tiger.
Meow! This Tiger fellow reportedly works at a Palm Beach gay bar – Cupids – and earned his nominal stripes for the Tiger-like tattoos down his side. He’s also appeared in a movie called Dreams Cum True. Don’t ask us how we know that.
Mrs. Tobias denies the Tobias brothers’ intimation that she drugged and dragged her husband into the pool as retribution for an ongoing fling with the aforementioned Mr. Tiger. She also denies that she went to Cupids with the slain Seth. She also called her accusers “evil”. We’ll have to wait for Mr. Tobias’ toxicology report before we start calling anyone “evil”.