And here we thought that Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf was one of the good ones.
Son of Holocaust survivors, self-made millionaire, charitable philanthropist, and all-around nice guy. Someone you would invite for Passover Seder. Good Jew, good man.
And then, he got hit with racketeering charges.
Yep, looks like Zygi's good guy image was just a facade. He was not exactly nice to his business partners, as he tried to strong-arm them out of their share. The judge called his actions, "organized crime-type activities". Zygi got fined to the tune of $84.5 million, and whatever positive reputation he had built has been quickly demolished. Passover seder? Consider him uninvited.
On the other hand, he's still better than Daniel Snyder...