http://www.1010wins.com/pages/435797.php?contentType=4&contentId=482642 Rehab for Hedge Fund Manager Accused of Stalking STAMFORD, Conn. -- A wealthy hedge fund manager accused of seeking someone to abduct and rape his former mistress was released Wednesday to a rehabilitation program in New York for treatment of bipolar disorder, officials said. Albert Hsu, 43, will spend at least 30 days in a therapy program in Brewster, N.Y., then must live with his parents in Bayside, N.Y., while the case against him is pending, state Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin ruled. Hsu, of New Canaan, was accused of stalking his former mistress for more than a year before he was arrested in March and charged with posting an Internet ad seeking someone to rape and abduct her, according to court documents. As a condition of his release, he is prohibited from contacting the 36-year-old alleged victim or entering New Canaan. Prosecutors said Hsu, a former New Canaan Cub Scout leader and manager of a $95 million hedge fund, pretended he was the victim and posted an ad on a bondage Web site seeking someone to abduct and rape her. Hsu has pleaded not guilty to first-degree attempted sexual assault, first-degree reckless endangerment, criminal impersonation, two counts of second-degree harassment and trafficking in personal identifying information. Officials at Anchor Point Capital LLC in Coral Gables, Fla., the hedge fund he co-founded in 2005, have said Hsu no longer works there. Hsu previously served as the U.S. investment officer for the Atlantic Philanthropies, where he managed funds for the $3.8 billion foundation. He also served as the director of investments for the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, a $1 billion foundation.