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Published on Jul 23, 2010
NEW YORK CITY / Once known as a Wall Street bad boy, Ross Mandell has found himself fighting to prove his innocence. The former trader, who is accused in a $140-million global scheme, will appear on 'Money Rocks with Eric Bolling' Thursday night to talk about his new reality show. 'Money Rock' airs at 8 p.m. on FOX Business Channel.
Mandell is allowing video cameras to film him and his family because, as he has said all along, he has nothing to hide. "Conventional wisdom for people in my situation says to lay low and lawyer up but everything I am prepared to do flies in the face of that conventional wisdom," says Mandell.
Mandell is charged in a federal indictment in New York with bribing brokers and pressuring investors to buy into Sky Capital Holdings. He says he is not guilty of the charges. He is currently free on a $5-million bond. Mandell faces life in prison if he's convicted.