Thierry Magon de la Villehuchet was found in his office this morning with multiple stab wounds, with pills and a box cutter nearby. De La Villehuchet was the CEO of Access International Advisors, which had invested $1.4 billion with accused Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff. He is thought to have committed suicide, and he’s a hot topic on Google right now, as everyone tries to learn more about his connection to the Madoff scandal.
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Rene-Thierry Magon de la Villehuchet, the 65-year-old founder of a hedge fund in NYC, committed suicide in his office today. His fund, Access International Investors, had lost over $1.4 billion in the Madoff scandal. According to Bloomberg, “de la Villehuchet was found ‘with his feet propped up on his desk, a trash pail nearby to collect blood,’ and no sign of a second person. De la Villehuchet had ‘multiple stab wounds’ to his arms and wrists, and a box-cutter and pills were found nearby.”