Federal Court Exonerates Journalist Benjamin Wey, False Accuser Hanna Bouveng Fled America



After a two year ordeal, a federal court in New York exonerated FINANCIER BENJAMIN WEY in an $850 million “sexual harassment” lawsuit. Before the humiliated Swedish party girl HANNA BOUVENG was “dumped in the trash,” her outlandish “sexual harassment” claim was the largest in U.S. history. Before the court verdict against her was announced on April 7, the admitted cocaine user HANNA BOUVENG had fled America in total disgrace.

HANNA BOUVENG, the notorious Swedish extortionist and her shady Benedict Morelli lawyers are till pouting over her massive courtroom defeat in their failed $850 million “sexual harassment” extortion against the well-known American executive FINANCIER BENJAMIN WEY. They are traumatized because a federal judge had the nerve to throw out an $18 million misguided 2015 jury verdict that had buoyed the tabloid media and unsettled the world of yellow reporters.

“The federal court ruling is a landslide victory for Financier Benjamin Wey. This is another familiar case of a gold digger’s failed attempt to extort a successful American,” legal experts say.

“Hanna Bouveng’s allegations may be hallucinations after using cocaine or ecstasy,” said a medical expert. “No employer wants to keep an admitted cocaine user at work.”

The federal judge’s deep suspicion of Hanna Bouveng’s stories was corroborated by Hanna Bouveng, said in her own words.

Testified under oath during a jury trial in June 2015, Hanna Bouveng couldn’t “remember” a single detail of “when, where, with whom and how” she was “sexually harassed” – bizarre testimony from a self-proclaimed victim who said she had been “grossly violated” and “emotionally devastated,” causing her “emotional suffering” worth $850 million.

After changing her stories at least six times in court, Hanna Bouveng was pinned down a specific date by the judge. She quickly lied for the 7th time in court: Mr. Wey’s passport and travel records introduced as court evidence clearly shows that Mr. Wey was with his family in Costa Rica, about 4,000 miles away from Bouveng who was in New York.

“I don’t think any man could have physical contact with a woman when the two were thousands of miles apart from each other. There was no superman or superwoman in this case,” Wey’s lawyer quipped. “Hanna Bouveng lied to the highly intelligent judge and the court took notice. It was both sad and amusing watching Hanna Bouveng getting caught lying.”

Court documents also clearly reveal Hanna Bouveng as a cocaine and illegal drug user:



In another embarrassing revelation of her lying tongue, Hanna Bouveng said she was “devastated” by Mr. Wey’s “unwelcome sexual advances.” However, court evidence shows the “deeply depressed” Bouveng introduced Mr. Wey to her immediate family members the very next day after she said she had been “sexually harassed and devastated.” Photos taken by Hanna Bouveng’s own brother Oskar Bouveng showed Mr. Wey and Bouveng, her father, her sister’s two year old baby boy as well as other Bouveng family members smiling over lunch at the Swedish parliament, a business trip that had been arranged by Hanna Bouveng herself. Mr. Wey was arranged to meet her aunt Helena Bouveng, a member of the Swedish parliament.

“Did you introduce Mr. Wey to your closest family members in Sweden just about a day after you said you had been ‘sexually harassed’ and were ‘devastated’ by Mr. Wey?” asked the frustrated judge during trial.

“Yes, the next day,” Bouveng responded, her face turned red like a bagel soaked in beet juice.

Grilled under oath, Hanna Bouveng finally admitted her “stories” of “sexual harassment” had been fed by her shady lawyers David Ratner and Martha McBrayer.

A medical doctor testified in court said Hanna Bouveng had suffered no emotional injury whatsoever. The doctor went on to say:

Hanna Bouveng’s “emotional damage” was at most “…equivalent to someone just had a bad day… which can be easily cured by drinking a cup of coffee.”


Calling the court ruling a resounding victory for the American business community, a spokesperson for financier Benjamin Wey praised the highly respected New York federal judge Paul Gardephe: “We are grateful to the court. This is not only vindication for Mr. Wey but also a message to the world that every wrongfully accused American like BENJAMIN WEY must not give in to extortion and must reject illegal drug users at work.”

Fantasizing over easy money from squeezing the riches, Bouveng sued her employer for “sexual harassment” in 2014 which led to her current disastrous defeat. Read more: WANT TO TRAP SWEDISH WOMEN? ASK CRIMINAL JAMES CHAUVET.


“Benjamin Wey never had an inappropriate relationship with Hanna Bouveng. It was completely made up,” said an observer.

The Bouveng trial garnered lurid tabloid headlines by pitting Hanna Bouveng, the 27 year old “Molly Queen” against a serious Wall Street big-wig financier.

Edward Wipper, Mr. Wey’s well regarded lawyer with the New York litigation boutique Oved & Oved, in an email said the recent proceedings were a “vindication of Mr. Benjamin Wey’s position and a positive initial step in rectifying an unjust result.”

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