Tech billionaire faces lawsuit for keeping spreadsheet of 5000 women he had sex with. A tech billionaire who reportedly kept a spreadsheet of 5000 women he had sex with is now being sued for $800 million.
Michael Goguen, a 57-year-old billionaire and longstanding Sequoia Capital partner, is apparently being sued for $800 million in damages by four former employees. A stunning civil lawsuit accuses the Silicon Valley tycoon of keeping a harem of young women, including teenagers with whom he slept.
He has a spreadsheet tracking his sexual interactions with over 5000 women at his luxury’safe houses,’ as well as a subterranean ‘boom boom’ area at a nearby pub, according to the lawsuit. The charges are detailed in a civil complaint filed in US District Court in Montana, and include claims that Goguen ordered his security chief to assassinate dissenters.
The charges come after a $40 million settlement with a woman who alleges he “sexually, physically, and emotionally” assaulted her—a settlement his attorney described as a “vile compilation of falsehoods.”
The married billionaire, who has two children, has been accused of controlling local law enforcement in Whitefish, Montana, owning several “safe houses” where he takes young women for sex, and installing a “boom boom” room in a bar he owns to “maintain women for the purpose of committing illicit sexual activity.”
More than $800 million in damages is sought in the 135-page complaint. Four former employees of Goguen’s Amyntor Group LLC, a Whitefish-based security contractor, filed the claim.It sets out a complicated operation led by the 57-year-old to safeguard his concurrent affairs. It accuses Goguen of giving the ladies ‘gifts’ in order to get them to conduct more ‘deviant sexual actions with him’ and keep quiet as part of the ‘Goguen Sexual Enterprise.’
Goguen is the founder of the security firm Amyntor Group LLC, which he created after working at the Menlo Park-based venture capital firm Sequoia Capital. Apple, Cisco, Google, and YouTub were among the companies that received funding from the corporation.
He started Amyntor Group LLC, a private defense contractor that, at one point, was in line to create an alleged private spy network for the Trump administration. The court papers allege that negotiations were stalled because Goguen could not obtain a security clearance from the US government because of the allegations of sexual abuse.
Matthew Marshall, the former CEO of Amyntor and Goguen’s ‘right-hand man,’ pled guilty to wire fraud and other offenses earlier this month after posing as an elite member of the Marine Corps and asking Goguen for money for ‘off the books’ operations.
Goguen, who is presently married to his fourth wife, reportedly had a ‘harem’ of ‘many women, including married women, strippers, and prostitutes,’ for whom he purchased apartments and utilized for ‘illicit sexual conduct,’ according to Marshall. Some of the ladies were flown aboard his $42 million private jet.
According to the lawsuit, Marshall was asked to buy vehicles, jewelry, earnest money deposits on properties, and provide cash or other items for Goguen’s mistresses, or as hush-money payoffs to Goguen’s acquaintances and employees who had “learned too much” about Goguen’s sexual misconduct and crimes, and the Goguen Sexual Scheme.
Because Jordana, the former wife of Goguen had access to Goguen’s personal account, he advised Marshall to pay the property expenses, especially those solely for Goguen’s safe houses, out of his personal account to avoid his then-wife Jordana discovering that Goguen owned a number of properties that he used extensively for extramarital affairs.
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