PR agency signs Wall Street "bad boy"

Nothing, it would seem, is sacred from being turned into a reality show. First it was Big Brother, then wannabe pop stars, and now (allegedly) unscrupulous Wall Street Traders on trial.

Nothing, it would seem, is sacred from being turned into a reality show. First it was Big Brother, then wannabe pop stars, and now (allegedly) unscrupulous Wall Street Traders on trial.

The Publicity Agency has signed to represent Wall Street “bad boy” Ross Mandell as he stars in his own reality show in the run-up to his federal indictment in New York. Mandell, who is on a $5-million bond, is charged with bribing brokers and pressuring investors but claims his innocence.

Glenn Selig, founder of The Publicity Agency, is anticipating feisty times ahead. He said: "This is absolutely the ultimate reality show. Ross is fighting with everything he's got. He wants to give the public ring-side seats to the circus that has become his life."

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