A Goldman Sachs banker was arrested and charged for allegedly raping a 20-year-old woman at a party that he and his wife threw in the East Hamptons on Tuesday. Police responded to a disturbance at the home that 37-year-old Jason Lee and his wife had rented for the month of August and learned that the woman had been sexually assaulted during a party.
It's not certain what exactly went on at the party, but the East Hampton Star reports that it "involved nudity." East Hampton police refused to reveal who else was at the party and Lee's attorney, Edward Burke, Jr., said Lee "adamantly denies the allegations levied against him.”
Lee was arraigned and posted $20,000 bail on Wednesday. A Goldman Sachs employee since 1998, Lee currently acts as a managing director for the bank's equity capital markets group. Bank officials say that he has been placed on leave following his arrest.