What candy-ass toad still gets an allowance when they’re 30? Enjoy getting raped in jail, pretty boy.
The bratty 30-year-old son of a millionaire Manhattan hedge-fund founder was charged Monday with murdering his dad after the old man cut his allowance — by a measly $200, law-enforcement sources said.
Thomas Gilbert Jr. faces multiple charges including murder and criminal possession of a weapon after he allegedly fired a single shot at his father’s head Sunday night.
The son, who just found out he was getting a $200 cut in his monthly allowance, asked his mother to go get him a sandwich so she’d be out of the family’s tony Beekman Place apartment just before he pulled the trigger and executed his dad, sources told The Post.
“He was cutting his allowance. He had been giving him $2,400 a month for rent and $600 for spending money, and he was cutting that to $400 a month for spending money,” a source said about Thomas Gilbert Sr., founder of the Wainscott Capital hedge fund.
“They had argued about it before.”
Gilbert Jr. shot his father about 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the family’s posh pad at 20 Beekman Place with a high-powered .40-caliber Glock semi-automatic pistol that he owned, police said.
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