UPDATE: 2/11 12:05 a.m.
The trial of an attorney for South Florida's most notorious Ponzi-schemer is set to go to the Palm Beach jury today.
Closing arguments are up first thing in the morning in the federal wire fraud trial of Christina Kitterman.
The 39-year-old took to the witness stand yesterday refuting allegations made last week by her ex-boss Scott Rothstein.
Kitterman says she didn't have a sexual relationship with Rothstein.
In fact, she alleges he sexually harassed her but admits she never reported it.
She does credit Rothstein for helping her get off of booze and cocaine.
While she confesses she pretended to be a senior Florida Bar official during a conference call with Rothstein investors, Kitterman claims she didn't intent to commit fraud.
Scott Rothstein once again coming off an arrogant manipulator when it comes to how he operated his massive billion dollar ponzi scheme.
Wrapping up Day 2 of testimony, Rothstein once again taking the stand in the trial of his former associate.
He spent the day bragging about his disregard for campaign finance laws, claiming he reimbursed employees for contributions to John McCain and Charlie Crist.
Chuck Malkus - author of "Ultimate Ponzi-The Scott Rothstein Story" - says Rothstein's testimony included the use of the F-word, and ultimately paints a pattern of deception and manipulation to the jury.
Rothstein's overall testimony between Wednesday and Thursday lasted for more than 8 hours.
The trial is set to resume Monday, and Malkus believes a verdict could come as early as mid-week.
The mob, love affairs, and political intrigue...
It's not Hollywood -- but Day 1 of Scott Rothstein's bombshell testimony.
More bombshell testimony could be coming Thursday from the convicted ponzi schemer.
He spent close to 7 hours Wednesday spilling his guts in the trial of one of his former associates.
Chuck Malkus-author of "Ultimate Ponzi-The Scott Rothstein Story" says the biggest bombshell was when Rothstein claims he influenced the naming of judges when then-governor Charlie Crist appointed him to the judicial nominating committee.
Rothstein also revealing he had a sexual relationship with the defendant, and had very close ties to the mob.
Rothstein is expected to be cross-examined Friday.
His former associate is accused of helping him in his massive $1.2 Billion fraud.
Rothstein claims he's already returned $360 million dollars to his ponzi scheme victims.