More tales from Jeff Greene's yacht from somebody who worked there: sex, drugs and techno music

The South Florida alt-weekly New Times has a short but very entertaining first person narrative from a former stewardess on Florida Democratic Senate candidate Jeff Greene's yacht, Summerwind.

The blog entry written by Sharyn Peach has many choice passages, such as:

Working on Greene's 145-foot Choy Lee yacht was like being "locked" in Studio 54 in its prime. It was nothing short of, "Sex, Drugs, and Techno Music." Celebrities, "hired" party girls, mayhem, and debauchery. I saw more tits and ass in one night on Jeff Greene's Summerwind than I have for the past seven years on South Beach.

Peach, like others who have worked for Greene, says he wasn't the nicest boss.  In fact, far from it.  And there is that line in the story that we can't leave unaddressed:

Shortly after that party, I found four lines of cocaine in Mr. Greene's stateroom bathroom marble vanity. Frustrated, I blew as hard as I could figuring no one would miss it.

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