You've heard of women not being hired because they weren't hot enough. You've heard of women being fired for getting pregnant, not dating the boss, or many other sickening and totally inappropriate reasons. But the story of Debrahlee Lorenzana is a one-of-kind: According to her lawsuit, this New York–based banker was booted from Citibank for being too hot.

Lorenzana claims she was dismissed by male supervisors who verbally admitted they were driven to total distraction by her smokin', just-walked-out-of-the-lab-in–"Weird Science" sexiness.

The Village Voice interview with her claims the goddess was informed that "she should not wear classic high-heeled business shoes, as this purportedly drew attention to her body in a manner that was upsetting to her easily distracted male managers."

When anything short of a parka and a mustache failed to remedy the situation, Lorenzana says she was sent packing.

This got us thinking -- are there any other hot bankers on Wall Street? (Answer: No. They're pretty much all dudes.) What about hot chicks who are remotely involved with Wall Street? Could we locate five sex bombs to make it at least a half-dozen?

Keep reading to see the photos from our successful investigation.


Maria "Money Honey" Bartiromo, financial news anchor and one of our longtime TV crushes.






Erin Callen, ex–Lehman Brothers CFO, now posing for photos with studly firefighters.





Georgia Anderson
, Futures and Forex broker, who seems devoted to her sideline career: a nude model pretending to be a broker.






Tara DeGregorio
, trading floor assistant at an unnamed Wall Street firm, who rose through the ranks the old fashioned way: by posing for Playboy.






Sallie Krawcheck
, president of Bank of America's global wealth and investment management unit, and the MILF of the group.