According to the New York Observer, CNBC star Maria Bartiromo and her husband Jonathan Stienberg have purchased a 5 story townhouse in Manhattan. What makes this more newsworthy was the scandal when Bartiromo was traveling with Citigroup executive Todd Thompson who was later fired for his conduct with Bartiromo.
People watching the situation were expecting a separation, instead they got a home purchase.
Despite her salacious scandal earlier this year, CNBC’s top anchor, Maria (the “Money Honey”) Bartiromo, and husband Jonathan Steinberg are settling into domestic bliss: They’ve closed on a five-level townhouse on East 62nd Street, paying $6.5 million.
The five-bedroom house, east of Third Avenue, has a second-floor balcony overlooking the 39-foot-long backyard garden, plus a two-camera security system with a flat-screen monitor.
The couple signed a contract in late February, less than one month after Ms. Bartiromo’s friend Todd Thompson, the head of Citigroup’s wealth-management branch, was publicly fired for “inappropriately showering corporate resources” on Ms. Bartiromo, according to a published report. For example, Mr. Thompson reportedly booted executives off a cross-continental Citigroup flight to be alone with the impeccably brunette anchoress. via NYO