Kenneth Starr accused of defrauding clients
A financial advisor whose client roster includes a slew of celebs has been nabbed for allegedly bilking his clients out of $30 million.
Both criminal and civil complaints were filed against Starr Thursday. He is accused of misappropriating funds for personal use, including the purchase of a pricey new home.
His clients reportedly include Martin Scorcese and Uma Thurman.
A press conferece detailing the charges is expected to be held by law enforcement officials this afternoon in Manhattan.
Starr, topper of Starr Investment Advisers and Starr & Co., is not the same Kenneth Starr who investigated the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal in the late 1990s.