Justin Ross Lee
|Justin Ross Lee|
Justin Ross Lee at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards
Scarsdale, New York, U.S.
Lee is a self-proclaimed "JewJetter," a phrase he invented to describe luxury traveling for sport. Lee flies over 250,000 miles a year and showcases his global first class travels on his social media. In 2009, he was featured in Star Magazine with Ashley Olsen flying with him in first class, later to be featured in a similar but more positive story with Brad Pitt. Lee has also been linked to public feuds in national tabloids with Star Jones and has fought with Paul Rudd on Sirius XM Radio after an alleged altercation at a movie premiere. In 2011 he conducted an interview with NPR, who refused to air it unedited. Lee pulled the interview, having it printed elsewhere.
In 2011 Lee declared bankruptcy with net assets of 100 dollars and a debt of approximately 160,000 dollars  In 2012, Lee debuted on E! television's The Soup, being roasted for his appearance on VH1 dating show, Why Am I Still Single?!. Later that year, Lee debuted on French TV network Canal+ during a 90-minute prime time special called, En Tatanes Á Manhattan! ("To Manhattan by Foot!"). On April 10, 2014, he appeared in an episode of The Millionaire Matchmaker.
In 2015, Lee became a published author with his tell-all book Don't You Know Who I Think I Am: Confessions of a First-Class Asshole.
In 2012, Lee founded Pretentious Pocket, a silk pocket square brand.
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