Investment banker caught on video punching woman in the face after Brooklyn Pride parade

wild Shot caught on camera There has been a lot of online clicks since the Brooklyn Pride Parade, but so far the police have no information.

In a shocking video that has gone viral on social media, a man, later identified as investment banker Jonathan Kaye, punches a woman in the face in such a way that she recoils and falls in the street on Saturday evening.

In the background of the video, another person can be seen lying on the ground as two people offer to help.

“Today this guy punched me in the face, broke my nose and broke my friends [sic] arm, can anyone find it?” The video was recorded.

“Oh my god,” says one onlooker as Kay walks away. “You’re an a-hole.”

“He shot it all over me,” replied Kay, who had liquid on her jacket.

“You’re a terrible person,” another man tells Kay.

Kay is listed on the website of Manhattan investment bank Moelis & Company as a managing director leading a global business services franchise. The bio states that Kay graduated from Duke University Law School.

The woman who answered Kay’s number said she wasn’t there and hung up on the reporter.

“We have learned that one of our employees was involved in a serious incident in Brooklyn on June 8,” a Moelis spokesperson said. “We take this issue very seriously and are conducting an investigation.

Police say no one came forward to report the attack.

“The NYPD is aware of the video,” an NYPD spokesperson said. “We would urge anyone who has been a victim to make a police report. There are currently no complaint reports.”

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