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The Bobster
04-25-2016, 05:32 PM

Horndog CEO’s wife is headed to anger management
By Emily Saul
April 25, 2016 | 1:43pm | Updated

Michaela Wey outside court on April 25 Photo: Steven Hirsch

The bleached-blond rice-burner wife of disgraced Wall Street horndog Benjamin Wey dodged jail time Monday, agreeing to undergo anger management for assaulting a photographer during her husband’s sex-harassment trial last year.

An exhausted-looking Michaela Wey — wearing a black sweater and navy-blue slacks — appeared before Manhattan Criminal Court Justice Kevin McGrath and agreed to do three days community service and therapy for assaulting the shutterbug as she left federal court in June after testifying for her hubby at his trial.

Wey and her lawyer Harlan Protass declined comment as they left court. Benjamin Wey did not attend the hearing.

Benjamin Wey recently caught a break when a Manhattan federal judge modified the jury’s $18 million ruling against him in his sex-harass case. The judge lowered the amount to $5.65 million and warned plaintiff Hanna Bouveng that she would either have to accept it or go through a new trial.

The pretty Swede coalburner chose the reduced sum.

Bouveng, the CEO’s former intern, had successfully sued him for pressuring her into sex and then writing on his blog that she was a cocaine-addicted hooker.

Still, the Weys’ legal woes continue, as he was indicted on stock-manipulation charges, and she was sued alongside him by the federal Securities and Exchange Commission.