Stephanie Madoff Mack

October 22, 2011 by staff 

Stephanie Madoff MackStephanie Madoff Mack, Madoff Stephanie Mack, widow of son Mark Madoff, became the first member of the Madoff family member to speak in public when his autobiography, “The End of Normal,” was released on Thursday.
The book details Mack’s family experiences with Madoff before the scandal broke, his fight with his father and mother-in-law and his experience during and after the suicide of her husband, which occurred two years after arrest Bernie Madoff. In the book, Mack said her husband was not involved in the plans of his father and that he was a “hero” to convert his father to the authorities. Mark Madoff, his brother Andrew, and his uncle have been examined by the FBI and an office manager who worked bank to recover money for victims of Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme, but none of the three have been charged.

Mack, who changed his name to the impact of the scandal, appeared on “20/20″ and said that if he saw his father in law today, she spat in his face.

“I have it fully responsible for the murder of my husband,” said Mack.

Mack book is about the day in the winter of 2008, when Bernie Madoff sat with his family and told them about his Ponzi scheme and its results, which at that time included and $ 50 million in debt.

“It’s all a lie bigger,” said Bernie Madoff, according to Mack.

“Bernie betrayed no emotion or remorse, calmly delivering your pump with the cool demeanor of a presenter reading a report on the news wire evenng,” Mack writes. “When he finished, he began to mourn.” Mark Mack husband and his brother Andy stormed says Mack, and then returned to his father in

“That my husband could have somehow been involved in the criminal operation of Bernie never once crossed my mind,” Mack writes.

Mack book includes text messages sent by Bernie Madoff to his son Mark, and messages and e-mails between her and Mark.

“Sorry for all the pain I’ve caused,” said a text message sent by Bernie Madoff Mark, the only excuse Mack says his father-in-law extended time, which was sent in January 2009. “I love you. Love, Dad.” It also includes a letter written to her by Bernie Madoff’s prison, where he writes that prison is safer for him to walk the streets of New York and boasts of the respect and admiration he did to his fellow inmates .

“I’m a celebrity and treated like a Mafia Don” wrote Madoff.

Mack wrote about his experiences and those of her husband after news broke about Bernie Madoff, including having your credit card declined the purchase of items for your new baby because of his surname. She also writes about her husband’s attempt, suicide for the first time in October 2009, when he disappeared for hours and returned later, the voice to speak, had gone to a hotel, take what he said was “thirty Ambiens” and left a note for his father’s bedside reading table, “Bernie: Now you know how they have destroyed the lives of his children by his life of deceit.”

“[I] did not expect to wake up,” Mack said her husband told her. Mark Madoff was admitted to a psychiatric center and released a week later.

Mack also discusses her husband’s suicide, which occurred in December 2010, and the discussion he had with his mother-in-law Ruth days before the memorial service in which he accused Ruth of the election of her husband their children, according to Mack.

“You will never see their grandchildren again and never see me again,” says Mack told his mother-in-law.

Mack also included in “The End of Normal” the beginning of a book of her husband had begun to write before his death, hoping to share their part of the history of the Madoff scandal to the world. In the excerpt, Mark Madoff tells how his father inspired him to be the person I had become, but also ruined his business reputation.

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