Billionaire Michael Rubin has gifted Super Bowl tickets to two families impacted by the criminal justice system in Florida, Page Six has learned.
We’re told the Philadelphia 76ers partner is giving the tickets to people who have been negatively affected by the “state’s broken probation and parole policies,” a source said, including a man named Michael Orlando and a woman named Ysabelle Mobelle.
Insiders told us Orlando was sent to county jail for three months for “leaving the county without permission” in what was considered a violation of his probation, although he was allegedly told by his probation officer verbally that he could leave the country for a business retreat. His father died while he was in prison.
We’re told Mobelle, 29, was sentenced to prison while pregnant after testing positive for marijuana, although she allegedly used it to treat her chronic anxiety. Her 5-year-old son was placed in the foster care of family members during the course of her incarceration.
Rubin has partnered with Meek Mill, Jay-Z and Robert Kraft to form the REFORM Alliance, which is committed to “advancing criminal justice reform and eradicating laws and policies that perpetuate injustice in the U.S.”
At Sunday’s Super Bowl, the Kansas City Chiefs will face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Tampa, with The Weeknd performing the halftime show.