November wasn't a great month for the self-styled "No.1 king of all fun", pharmacy billionaire Stewart Rahr. First, he got thrown out of pricey New York sushi hotspot Nobu when he allegedly threatened to kill the restaurant's manager (someone was sitting at his table, apparently). Things took a more serious turn days later when police seized two guns from the philanthropist. The New York Times reported that his weapons were revoked after an altercation in a Trump Tower elevator. In early December, Rahr announced that he and his wife of 43 years would be divorcing. He told Forbes the decision was amicable.
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