'Wolf of Wall Street' 2: Investment banker accused of drug use and group sex in nasty divorce filing

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Christina Kelly made the shocking claims in a divorce filing against hot shot banker husband Sage Kelly. (Suffolk County Police)
Aegerion Pharmaceuticals CEO ​Marc Beer is claimed in the suit to have engaged in group sex with the Kellys and his girlfriend following a drug and booze-fueled night in Boston.
UBS bigwig Bjorn Koch is also named in the filing as having done drugs with Sage Kelly. (LinkedIn)
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 29: Co-Founder, President and CEO of Seattle Genetics Clay B. Siegall, Ph.D. speaks onstage during Gabrielle's Angel Foundation Hosts Angel Ball 2013 at Cipriani Wall Street on October 29, 2013 in New York City. He is another executive Christina Kelly claims did drugs with hubby Sage Kelly. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Gabrielle's Angel Foundation)
NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 17: Jordan Belfort and guest attend the 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' premiere at Ziegfeld Theater on December 17, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images)
This film image released by Paramount Pictures shows Leonardo DiCaprio as Jordan Belfort in a scene from "The Wolf of Wall Street." The film was nominated for an Academy Award for best picture on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014. The 86th Academy Awards will be held on March 2. (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Mary Cybulski)
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By RYAN GORMAN

A series of shocking claims in a nasty divorce case has sent Wall Street reeling –- and gossiping about the wife's motives.

Christina Kelly, 39, claims 42-year-old husband Sage Kelly forced her into group sex to land business deals, habitually used drugs, slept with hookers and at least one colleagues wife and even soiled himself in bed, according to reports

Sage Kelly, who hauls in about $7 million a year from investment bank Jefferies & Co., has dismissed the claims while pointing to her cocaine use and a 2010 incident where she drunkenly drove a Range Rover into a utility pole in the Hamptons –- with her children inside.

"All the top Wall Street and hedge-fund guys are talking about it. They are all ­e-mailing it to each other," an industry vet told the New York Post. "It is a complete bombshell and a shocking and wild read. It's just irresistible."

Included in the who's who of finance is Ben Lorello, head of investment banking for Jeffries, one of the industry's most highly regarded firms. The scorned woman claims he did cocaine with her estranged husband on a regular basis.

"The most astonishing thing is that the complaint says Ben Lorello, who is head of investment banking at Jefferies -- a top health-care banker and very powerful guy on Wall Street -- was part of a cadre of guys who do cocaine all of the time," the source told the Post.

"We all know what this is about –- this is revenge," another industry source who declined to be named told the paper.

The soon-to-be ex-wife "detailed a staggering drug intake that included cocaine, ecstasy, heroin, ketamine, Molly and magic mushrooms," the New York Daily News reported.

She claimed, according to the Daily News, that he would only have sex with her if they were high on cocaine.

Christina Kelly also claims her hubby, the global head of healthcare investment banking at Jefferies, forced her to engage in a partner swap with Aegerion Pharmaceuticals boss Marc Beer after a cocaine and alcohol-fueled night in Boston.

"Sage and I were having sex with each other on one bed, and Marc and his girlfriend were having sex on the other bed," she claimed in court documents obtained by the Post.

"Then, Marc said, 'Let's switch,'" she further claimed, according to the Post. "Marc suggested that his girlfriend and I have sex with each other.

"Mindful of [Sage's] goal of securing business from Marc, I felt responsible not to disappoint Marc. So, his girlfriend and I had sexual contact for a few minutes, while Marc and Sage watched.

"Then, Marc's girlfriend joined Sage on our bed, and Sage and she started to have sexual relations.

"Then, I joined Marc on his bed, and he and I engaged in sexual relations," Christina said in the affidavit, the Post reported.

Beer has since "been an important client of Sage and, presumably, a substantial reason for Sage's enormously successful career at his current investment bank," the woman explained in the filing, according to the Post.

Christina Kelly insisted that her husband also routinely did drugs with such executives as Myriad Solutions CFO Mark Hosny, UBS's Bjorn Koch and the head of Seattle Genetics, Clay Siegall, according to the Post.

Additionally, she claims Sage Kelly also had sex with colleague Dung Nguyen's wife in the pool at their Sag Harbor home.

"I noticed Sage sitting on the stairs in the shallow end of the pool,'" the woman said in the filing, according to the Post. She claims to have heard them having sex.

All those named in the suit have vehemently denied the allegations.

"Ms. Kelly's accusations as to me are categorically false and baseless. I do not use ­cocaine or any other illegal substance," Beer told the Post, through a spokesperson.

"All of the allegations which Ms. Kelly has made regarding me and my girlfriend are ridiculous, baseless and grossly irresponsible."

Lorello "categorically denies all allegations made about him by Ms. Kelly," a Jefferies spokesperson told the Post

Nguyen made a similar statement.

"Ms. Kelly's accusations as to me are baseless and absurd," Siegall claimed to the Post. "I have never used cocaine in my life. The allegations as to me are completely and unequivocally false."

Christina Kelly also claims Sage, a Boston College graduate, also held a "Mushroom Day" at their Hamptons home – where he ingested hallucinogenic mushrooms all day.

Other claims include a colleague leaving a bag of cocaine on a pool table that one of the Kelly's two daughters stuck her finger into and that Sage Kelly often peed or defecated on himself in their Park Avenue condo while black out drunk or extremely high on drugs, the Daily News reported.

Sage Kelly has denied all the claims in court filings, and was quick to point out that his wife is on a conditional probation for the 2010 drunk driving incident and was also caught on a security camera snorting coke and drinking in their Park Avenue home.

The notorious life of Jordan Belfort, known as the "Wolf of Wall Street," was dramatized in a movie of the same name after admitting to similar behavior and other illegal activities that landed him in jail and barred from the financial industry for life.

The footage enabled him to obtain temporary custody of their children, according to media reports.

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