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Lawsuits, lap dogs, and lady-killing: whatever happened to Leonardo DiCaprio's 'Pussy Posse'? 

The Wolf Pack: David Blaine, Leonardo DiCaprio and Lukas Haas in 1995
The Wolf Pack: David Blaine, Leonardo DiCaprio and Lukas Haas in 1995 Credit: getty

In 1998, New York City’s streets were under siege from the most famous movie star in the world and his collection of less-handsome and less-famous friends. They didn’t call themselves the "Pussy Posse", or so they have insisted, but it was a name that came to define their exploits.

Their leader, a tousle-haired 23-year-old by the name of Leonardo DiCaprio, was fresh from Titanic, a regular at hotspots like Spy and the Bubble Lounge, and obsessed over by legions of screaming women. Models were permanently attached to his arm, and his goals involved working with cinema’s greatest auteurs and bedding as many beautiful women as possible.

Swap out some ages and the names of nightclubs, and the image...

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