Billionaire Investor Buys Sprawling $71 Million Florida Estate Just Weeks After Slamming The 'disastrous' Wealth Gap Between The One Per Cent And Average Americans - CATEGORY Prime Report: TITLE

An investor has paid a whopping $71.2 million for a sprawling Florida estate - just two weeks after he gave a speech that slammed the rising wealth gap in America.

Paul Tudor Jones II, the billionaire founder of Tudor Investment Corporation, bought the Casa Apava estate in Palm Beach last week, the Palm Beach Daily News reported. 

The Mediterranean-style seven-bedroom, 18-bathroom property was built in 1918 and has 420 feet of oceanfront access, as well as a tennis court, movie theater, swimming pool and gym.  

The hefty purchase came days after Jones, 60, warned that increasing inequality could spark a revolution as he gave a sold-out TED talk in Canada in March.

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Billionaire investor buys sprawling $71 million Florida estate - just weeks after slamming the 'disastrous' wealth gap between the one per cent and average Americans
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