Moelis’ MD Jonathan Kaye, whose video of punching a woman at a Brooklyn Pride event went viral, is believed to be Jewish

Though social media users are linking Jonathan Kaye with Jewish religion, valid information is yet to come out.


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Lately, the 52-year-old man Jonathan Kaye, who has been discovered as the managing director at Moelis & Company, has been garnering criticism all over after his video of punching a woman in the face on a Street in Park Slope emerged on social media.

The Twitter user Hellosami posted a video on June 9, 2024 on Twitter as a reply to Moelis & Company’s Pride month celebration post, which has accumulated 10 million views to this date. The tweet captioned, “So why did your managing director Jonathan Kaye punch a black woman at Brooklyn Pride yesterday?

Well, in the meantime, an investigation regarding what the video displayed is going on. But, people have now linked the severe matter with the Jewish religion.

Some 10 hours ago, after posting the screenshot of Jonathan’s bio on the page of The Jewish Graduate Student Initiative, a Twitter user named G-No Vatti claimed Jonathan Kaye of the Jewish religion.

Media reports that Jonathan Kaye resides in a $4 million condo in Park Slope

While information about Jonathan Kaye’s wife and children is yet to be disclosed, Daily Mail reports that he owns a $4 million four-bedroom apartment in Park Slope.

Further, several media outlets highlighted Jonathan as a millionaire investment banker. He has been in the investment banking industry for over two decades now.

He reportedly joined Moelis about 10 years ago, helping the firm to ‘become a market leader with over 125 executed transactions representing over $100 billion in collective enterprise value.’

Before Moelis, he was a managing director at CitiGroup, the third-largest banking institution in the United States.

With such a career graph, Jonathan Kaye could easily have been listed as a millionaire.

Additional Information

  • Jonathan Kaye earned his Bachelor’s degree in arts from Tufts University. He also studied International Affairs and Security at the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy.
  • After Jonathan’s involvement incident went viral, Moelis responded, saying it would take the matter seriously and conduct an investigation.
  • Jonathan’s LinkedIn account and bio on the Jewish Graduate Student Initiative website are no longer available.
Anuja Uprety
Anuja Uprety
Anuja Uprety is a content writer with almost two years of experience in the field. She is a passionate researcher and likes to use the skill to explore Hollywood trend. From hopping to the gossip train, to writing about the biggest scandals and exposes of Hollywood, Anuja can do it all. In her free time, she is immersed in books about dystopian realities and fairytales. Now, that explains the writing talent she got!


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