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Nelson Peltz Throws $2 Million Bar Mitzvah for Twin Sons

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Billionaire Nelson Peltz, of Trian Fund Management, threw a lavish bar mitzvah for his twin sons on Saturday night, at the Pierre Hotel in New York City at cost estimated at $2 million, according to the New York Post‘s Page Six.

The two Bar Mitzvah boys, Zachary and Gregory Peltz, and their hundreds of guests enjoyed the performs of two bands and five singers,  a video arcade, a hockey rink, a basketball hoop and stilt-walkers, for the entertainment.

According to the media, the 73-year-old father said “At my bar mitzvah, there were two pictures taken, ” pointing to teams of photographers and videographers at the event.

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Peltz has 10 children, some you even know beautifully and talented actress Nicola Peltz, actor Will Peltz and hockey player Brad Peltz.

Peltz, who is also the co-chairman of the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Board of Trustees, worth $1.35 billion and his hedge funds has more than $10 billion in assets, according to Forbes.


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