This is what happens when people have too much money, and the government doesn't help them out by raising their taxes... In a law suit filed by an ex-employee, Broadcom founder and billionaire Henry T. Nicholas III is accused of constructing an elaborate secret "lair" for trysts with prostitutes and copious amounts of drugs. From an LA Times article:
Nicholas had his private jet pick up prostitutes in New Orleans, Chicago, Las Vegas and Los Angeles "and bring them back to the Pond for his rock star friends," the draft complaint said. "He provided his guests with transportation and cocaine, Ecstasy, methamphetamines, marijuana, mushrooms, and nitrous oxide [laughing gas]" — and even arranged for his private helicopter to land at a nearby hospital helipad, it said.
Yes, it's the American dream, isn't it? The lawsuit is intended to settle back wages, but the suit describes the secret hideaway in court documents. Through his lawyer, Nicholas has denied all charges.