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Ex-assistant accused of stealing $1.2M of wine from Goldman Sachs boss

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Federal prosecutors are accusing a former personal assistant to a top Goldman Sachs executive of stealing $1.2 million worth of his wine.

Nicholas De-Meyer is charged with interstate transportation of stolen property for allegedly taking hundreds of bottles across state lines and selling them to a North Carolina-based wine dealer.

Goldman Sachs confirmed the victim was David Solomon, co-president of the New York-based investment bank.

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