Scam Artists

Ken Starr Pleads Guilty

We’re sure there’s a comfy cell in a minimum-security prison awaiting him somewhere: Investment adviser Ken Starr has pleaded guilty to charges that he conned his celebrity clients out of tens of millions of dollars. He used $20 million to $50 million of his clients’ money to settle disputes with other clients and to buy a multimillion-dollar condo on the Upper East Side of New York. He could face between 10 and 12.5 years in prison when he’s sentenced on December 15.