Of course you do.
But in case you need a refresher, here’s what happened.
Ferreyr’s lawsuit filed in August claimed she dated Soros for five years. She also claimed that Soros promised to give her a swanky Upper East Side apartment worth $1.9 million.
The couple then shared a one-night reunion where Soros allegedly whispered in her ear that he has given the apartment to another woman.
After that Ferreyr said things got violent. She claimed Soros slapped her, tried to “choke” her and made a lamp break cutting her foot and requiring her to get three stitches. Soros denied her claims.
Now he’s firing right back at Ferreyr claiming she is trying to “extort” his money and that her claim about him owing her an apartment is “patently preposterous,” Page Six reported.
Last night, Soros’ attorney served Ferreyr’s attorney with papers requesting that the motion be dismissed.
From Page Six:
The papers, seen by Page Six, state that Soros and Ferreyr had an “on-again, off-again and non-exclusive intimate relationship.” But it claims she “hoped to extract even more from Soros — millions more,” and says her lawsuit is “part of her continued quest to cash in on their casual relationship.”