A brand new documentary series called Madoff: The Monster of Wall Street is now available on Netflix. Bernie Madoff, the financier, and fraudster behind the largest Ponzi scheme in history, is the central figure.
We watch how Madoff scammed thousands of people out of $64.8 billion and ended up with a 150-year prison sentence.
Bernie Madoff, who was 82 years old at the time of his death on April 14, 2021, died in prison. The success of the Netflix series based on his life likely contributed to a rise in his profile.
People are curious as to the location of the rest of the Madoff family, given the show’s rising popularity on Netflix.
Andrew Madoff was Bernie and Ruth Madoff’s youngest son. The youngest Madoff was born on April 8, 1966, and he passed away on September 3, 2014, following a protracted struggle with mantle cell lymphoma (a kind of Cancer).
Andrew Madoff, the son of Bernie and Ruth Madoff, had two children with his then-fiancée, Catherine Hooper.
In 2008, Catherine and Andrew exchanged engagement rings. In an interview with People published in 2017, Andrew Madoff’s fiancee admitted that she is still grieving the loss of her husband.
Hooper, 44, lamented how terrible her life had been. Catherine agreed that it was harder now than it had been right after her partner died.
Andrew also said in a 2013 interview with People that he would never forgive his father for his wrongdoings.
The youngest son of the disgraced banker blamed the stress of his father’s arrest and incarceration for the recurrence of his cancer.
The Future-Writer Fiance of Andrew Madoff
Reports from 2017 indicated that when writing fiction, Catherine used the name, Carolina Carter. She left the lavish apartment she had lived in with her late fiance and began living elsewhere.
She and her kid relocated to a studio apartment in Manhattan that was only 500 square feet in size. It has been stated that the mother and daughter use bunk beds.
She told the publication that she has not gotten a dime from Andrew’s estate despite his request that it pay her $50,000 each month for the rest of her life.
Hooper claims that many of the lawsuits stemming from Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme are still being pursued by Madoff’s estate.
Hooper said to People that she had “downsized her life entirely” by selling “nearly everything she owned,” including the engagement ring that Andrew had given her.
The author looked for work elsewhere for a while. However, her ties to the son of the Ponzi scheme’s creator prevented her from moving on. She would be gently rejected by every interviewer.
Midway through the 2010s, the author started penning fictional works. Their first novel together is Under the Legen. Caroline Carter’s newest novel is titled “After Him.”
Partially inspired by her own experiences grieving Andrew’s death, “After Him” tells the story of a widow beginning a new life following the loss of her spouse.
Hooper disclosed that her audience adores her books and doesn’t give a hoot about the shady past of her fiance’s father. She has a readership of almost 6,000 people.
Carolina is a gifted writer who collaborated on Truth and Consequences with the renowned author Laurie Sandell. Her works include “After Him,” “Under The Legend,” “Secret She Keeps,” and “In The Twisted Web.”
The author’s parents had an independent bookstore, and the lovely author was raised as an only child. She spent much of her childhood driving about in a yellow Volkswagen bug, looking for books with her mother. It should be noted that Andrew Madoff’s girlfriend has not posted to any of her online platforms (including social media) since July 2017.