Sunday, May 3, 2009

Rudy Giuliani skips the wedding between two of his gay 'friends'

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani was a last-minute no-show at the wedding of his former roommates -- a gay couple -- yesterday.

It was a disappointment for Queens car dealer Howard Koeppel and his longtime lover, Mark Hsaio, who tied the knot in a double-ring ceremony before 10 guests in Westport, Conn.

The couple famously let the ex-mayor crash at their luxury $2.37 million three-bedroom Manhattan apartment while he was going through a nasty divorce with Donna Hanover in 2001. Later, Giuliani married the "other woman," Judith Nathan.

Read the rest of the article by visiting the New York Post's web site.

1 comment:

DavidNYC said...

Boone315, spud1: Do your homework. You are so wrong about the tax code. Married couples, by law, can transfer 100% of the value of their estate to each spouse on the death of one with ZERO tax - it's called the unlimited marital deduction. So Bill Gates can leave his entire estate to Melinda - no tax. This is only available to legally married couples - not domestic partners. And that's only one difference. So instead of vitriolic babble, get your facts straight and understand what you are talking about. And, btw, I'm a tax attorney so don't tell me to learn the code.