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​Real Wolf Of Wall Street Made Office A Sex Free Zone - But People Didn't Follow The Rules

​Real Wolf Of Wall Street Made Office A Sex Free Zone - But People Didn't Follow The Rules

In a TikTok video, Belfort said he tried to make the office a sex free zone, but no one followed the rule

Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman

Jordan Belfort, the real-life Wolf of Wall Street, has revealed he made his office a 'f*** free' zone - but that people never ended up following the rule.

Anyone who's seen The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese's 2013 biographical film based on the Belfort's 2007 memoir of the same name, will know that working on Wall Street back in the day looked like it was an intense experience.

Of course, things may have differed from office to office, but Belfort's workplace was full of debauchery.

In a TikTok video, the 59-year-old former stockbroker revealed that he'd tried to ban sex in the office during working hours, but admitted that 'no one followed it'.

Responding to a fan's question, he said: "I keep getting asked this question: did you really make your office a f*** free zone from 8am to 7pm, and the answer is absolutely, yes!"


Holding up a poster, Belfort continued: "With this, Ghostbusters-style."

He then added with a shrug: "Only problem? No one followed it.

"No surprise there though."


Recently, Belfort also opened up about his battle with drug addiction when he was a high-flying stockbroker.

Speaking on The Brilliantly Dumb Show, he said that despite being sober for many years, the one drug he would still try if it were 'in front of him' would be Quaaludes.

Recalling how much he used to do, he said: "In the throes of my addiction, I would like to get high at least four times a day.

"So I would wake up at, like, 5am before my wife, take four Quaaludes, I'd go up and down.

"But then I'd be high as a kite between five and seven, then she'd wake up and I'd be sober again.

"When they wear off, you're normal again, it's not like alcohol where you get sloppy and tired. When it's over, it's over."

He then said he would keep topping himself up throughout the day with a variety of other drugs, such as cocaine, adding: "I was like a human Petri dish.

"Twenty drugs and you're trying to find the perfect mixture to get to a stage of toxic poise, where I was, like, high as a kite but only I knew it."

Leonardo DiCaprio as Belfort in The Wolf of Wall Street.

When asked if he'd ever be tempted to take some Quaaludes if they were in front of him, Belfort said: "I'd take it right now. Well, I would because I haven't eaten in four hours. If I'd eaten, I'd go vomit first, give myself an enema, and then come back and take it.

"And I'm sober for, like, 20 something years and I would still take one."

Speaking about the 2013 film, where he was played by Leonardo DiCaprio, Belfort praised Jonah Hill for his depiction of what it was like being high on Quaaludes.

"Jonah Hill did a really good job on that scene - you know, the 'Auaaaaaluuude, Steve Madden'. That's what it was like," he said.

"I coached him through that, by the way."

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