Feds: Armor CEO Embezzled Million, Bought Porn

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The former CEO of a body armor company supplying troops in Iraq and Afghanistan is on trail for fraud, insider trading and embezzlement to the tune of nearly $200 million - $6 million in reckless spending on a company expense account and $190 million in stock fraud.

David H. Brooks, who led armor company DHB until 2006, allegedly used company money for luxury cars, extravagant parties, "university textbooks for his daughter, pornographic videos for his son, plastic surgery for his wife, a burial plot for his mother, prostitutes for his employees, and, for him, a $100,000 American-flag belt buckle encrusted with rubies, sapphires and diamonds," according to the New York Times.

He also through his daughter "a multimillion-dollar bat mitzvah party featuring performances from the rapper 50 Cent and the rock group Aerosmith, even as federal investigations into his actions were widening and his business was crumbling," the times reported, although it was not clear whether that event was paid for legitimately or not.

Brooks' behavior in federal court on Long Island has drawn the ire of his judge. He recently tried to smuggle pills into jail after they were hidden in pens placed on the defense's courtroom table.

Brooks faces a possible sentence of more than 30 years in prison. He is also expected to have two more trials for contempt of court and another for tax evasion.