90 Day Fiancés Star Nearly Drowned By Boyfriend At Boca Bash
Boca Raton CEO Of “Cabana Beach” And Self-Proclaimed “Wolf Of Boca Raton” Arrested After Violently Attacking And Almost Drowning Girlfriend, 90 Day Fiance Star Caroline Schwitzky At Boca Bash.
After Boca Post first published this story, it caught the national attention of news outlets such as Fox News, Yahoo, New York Post, and others. While Boca Post was the first to report on this arrest, we will continue to bring the latest updates.
Cole Goldberg, the self-proclaimed “Wolf of Boca Raton”, who attempted to drown his girlfriend, Caroline Schwitzky, the “90-day fiance” star, at Boca Bash, has since been released from jail.
According to court records, Goldberg has been released on a $60,000 bond.
Goldberg has since ditched his public defender and hired John W. Weekes, a Fort Lauderdale Defense Attorney. Caroline Schwitzky has retained legal counsel in this case as well.
Originally Published By Boca Post
BOCA RATON, FL – Boca Post (BocaPost.com) — A local Boca Raton man is facing attempted homicide and domestic battery charges, according to jail records released to Boca Post by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.
Cole Goldberg, 23, of 2643 NWE 64th Blvd, has been arrested Sunday evening by Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission.
According to an arrest report submitted by FWC, officers say that while they were on marine patrol at Boca Bash, the event that brings 100s of boats to Lake Boca on the last Sunday of every April, they were flagged down by a boater in distress.
FWC found bystanders who say Goldberg has been arguing with his girlfriend for much of the day and observed him attack her. Goldberg was observed by several witnesses holding on to the woman as she was trying to leave the boat she was on with him. At one point, the woman left the vessel they were on and swam to a neighboring vessel. Goldberg reportedly then came up behind her and pulled her underwater.
Witnesses say that Goldberg held the woman underwater with both hands around her neck “in a complete rage”. Several bystanders jumped in the water and pulled Goldberg away from his girlfriend.
Witnesses say that Goldberg’s friends even left him behind during the attack. Bystanders used a stick to keep Goldberg in the water and off of their boat, away from Goldberg’s girlfriend.
FWC responded and pulled Goldberg from the water taking him into custody. Goldberg and his girlfriend both had bruises and scratches.
The woman has been identified as 32-year-old Caroline Schwitzky.
Caroline Schwitzky Attacked By Boyfriend
Miss Exxxotica Almost Drowned By Boyfriend At Boca Bash
Caroline Schwitzky is an actress and former pornstar known as “Miss Exxxotica”. According to FWC, she has also been Goldberg’s girlfriend for one year.
According to Schwitzky’s LinkedIn, Schwitzky is also the founder and owner of CS Talent Ent in Miami. She has been an actress her entire life and most recently starred in FX’s hit series “Versace: The Assassination of Gianni Versace”.
According to IMDB, Schwitzky also made appearances in “Christmas In Miami”, “After Hours”, “The Caribbean Heist”, “La Pageant Diva”, and “Ms. Communication”.
Schwitzky was also in several episodes of the “90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After” series.
The victim, Caroline Schwitzky, was also arrested by FWC for an Out-Of-County warrant. It is not currently clear what the warrant was issued for.
Who Is This “Wolf Of Boca Raton”?
Cole Goldberg A.K.A. “Wolf Of Boca Raton” Almost Drowns Girlfriend At Boca Bash
According to various news websites and Goldberg’s own social media profile states that he is the CEO of “Cabana Beach” and “Woodmont Day Camp”. Goldberg calls himself the “Wolf of Boca Raton” and “the next big and renowned entrepreneur”. The young man is certainly trying to sell the Boca image. Today, the newest image of him is this mugshot.
Goldberg was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail at 12:11 AM on Monday morning. Goldberg’s faced a judge this morning who set his bond at $60,000. The judge also ordered that Goldberg have no weapons, no contact with the victim, and no contact with the witnesses. Goldberg was released on a $60,000 bond late Monday night.
Goldberg is currently being represented by a court-appointed public defender.