‘Catwoman’ Jocelyn Wildenstein, 77, revealed details of her divorce, upcoming marriage to fashion designer Lloyd Klein (left) 50, and cosmetic surgery in her first TV interview in 20 years
Jocelyn Wildenstein’s Boyfriend Lloyd Klein Reveals What Happened the Night of the Attack. Since the alleged attack last Wednesday at her Manhattan Trump World Tower apartment, Wildenstein, 71, is facing both second- and third-degree assault charges. In …
Jocelyn Wildenstein Wants You To Know That She’s An All-Natural Beauty, Thank You Very Much. But ‘Catwoman’ Jocelyn Wildenstein has dispelled rumors about her cosmetic surgery in her first television interview in two decades. Speaking exclusively to DailyMailTV, alongside her fashion designer fiancé Lloyd Klein, the Swiss-born Manhattan socialite explained that her distinct appearance dates back to …
Famed New York socialite, Jocelyn Wildenstein, known for her “Catwoman” nickname as a result of her feline-like features, has given her first televised interview in two decades.
Jocelyn shares that her high cheekbones and long hair are because of her Swiss background. Her feline features are 100% real she reverbs. Apparently, this was Wildenstein’s first TV interview in two decades. Her looks first attracted attention during her divorce from French billionaire art dealer Alec Wildenstein.
Jocelyn Wildenstein has accumulated her net worth through her marriage to billionaire bus Jocelyn Wildenstein is a New York socialite known for extensive facial surgeries, an extravagant life , and her divorce from Alec Wildenstein in 1999.
Jocelyn Wildenstein’s life began as Jocelyn PÃ©risset in a middle-class family in Switzerland. Whilst growing up in Switzerland she became an expert hunter and an able pilot. During a trip to Africa she fell head over heels in love with Alec Wildenstein at his personal ranch in Kenya. She was introduced to the dashing gent by a Saudi arms dealer called Adnan Khashoggi.
IT IS not hard to see why plastic-surgery fanatic Jocelyn Wildenstein is known the world over as “catwoman”. In an interview with the Daily Mail,
Jocelyne Wildenstein figured there might be trouble. Three days earlier, on August 31, her estranged husband, Alec, had faxed her a letter at their ranch in Kenya, Ol Jogi, where she had been
Jocelyn Wildenstein’s Fiancé: ‘She Never Really Did Anything to Change Her Face’. For now, there is this DailyMailTV interview, in which Wildenstein doesn’t say very much beyond waxing nostalgic about Brigitte Bardot, whom she’s styled to look like in a photo shoot captured by the Mail ’s cameras (for the sake of, it seemsbeing captured by the Mail ’s cameras).
In the late 1990s, Jocelyn Wildenstein became a tabloid fixture, known for her high profile divorce from French billionaire art dealer Alec Wildenstein and her feline features. [Plays clip of TV interview with Wildenstein] It makes me sad to see myself on the screen. We have pictures of ourselves in our head that are different than what we
Jocelyn Wildenstein, who has been known in the past as “Catwoman” and has spoken about surgery, is now saying that she has not had plastic surgery to achieve her cat-like appearance. Wildenstein, 77, and her fiance, Lloyd Klein, 50, have given their first interview in years to say
July 17, 2018. New York City socialite Jocelyn Wildenstein was once worth billions — but now her fortune has vanished. Wildenstein, whom the New York City tabloids dubbed “Catwoman” because of her unusual feline look, filed for federal Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in May.
‘Catwoman’ Jocelyn Wildenstein reunites with lover after assault charges dropped, saying: ‘I lashed out like an angry cat’ In their first interview, Jocelyn Wildenstein and Lloyd Klein have spoken