A high-flying exec accused of stealing $200 million from his body-armor firm was released on bail yesterday in a deal that effectively bars him from having sex.
Gazillionaire David Brooks, 53, posted a $400 million bond so he could live under house arrest at a luxury Manhattan apartment where he will be under 24-hour armed guard.
Federal prosecutor John Martin said the deal, worked out with Brooks' lawyers, "doesn't specifically say" the divorced dad is not allowed to have sex, but its terms effectively prohibit it.
Brooks is barred from being alone with guests who aren't immediate family and from having overnight visitors, court documents say.
Read more about Brooks' original arrest here.
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