After Goldstone, the PR guy for recording artists set up the meeting for Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian attorney who promised dirt on Hillary Clinton, he now fears for his own safety.
The 57-year-old British publicity agent is globetrotting with his Lolita-ish companion and posting photos from hither and thither on social media to "hide in plain sight," according to reports.
Goldstone is currently believed to be aboard a ship in the Mediterranean with Lolita (not really her name) along with Dave Wilson, his business partner and semi-pro photographer.
He worries that he will turn up dead and it won't be due to bad sushi. His strategy, according to Geoff Baker, another British publicist, is to avoid New York and Russia and let everyone know where he is all the time. Wait . . . I think he's in the toilet as this is being written.
"I believe the reason he's being so blatantly transparent about his whereabouts is that, if anything does happen to him--like a car crash or being stabbed by a poison-tipped umbrella--everyone will know his death was no accident," Baker told The Express newspaper.
Baker's reference was to the 1978 murder of Georgi Markov, a Bulgarian dissident who was stabbed in the thigh with a poisoned umbrella tip while waiting for a bus in London.
Goldstone is the founder of OUI 2 Entertainment in New York.
The British flack emailed Trump Jr. on June 3, 2016 saying: "the Crown prosecutor of Russia met with his (Emin's) father Aras this morning and in their meeting offered to provide the Trump campaign with some useful documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father."
"If I were him, I'd never go back to New York and I'd certainly never set foot in Russia again," Baker told The Express. "Knowing him as I do, I think he'll end up back in Britain or, if he feels threatened, he'll ask for protection at the nearest British embassy."
The OUI 2 Entertainment website openly admits to Goldstone's ties to the Trump Jr. story and posted a link on its Facebook page leading viewers to a report on his "Pivotal Role in the Donald Trump Jr. Scandal."
The page is filled with photos of Goldstone looking like a traveling nerd wearing stupid hats and posing with a slew of well-connected acquaintances.
The guy's a regular Hugh Hefner.