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SBF Cut Off From His Favorite Toys Under New Proposed Bail Conditions

Former CEO of failed crypto exchange FTX Sam Bankman-Fried was already ordered to live every millennial’s nightmare and move back in with his parents. Now, prosecutors have laid out how SBF is being grounded, curtailing his ability to access the internet or even play any online video games.Is This the End of Apple’s Lightning Cable?Bankman-Fried, who commonly goes by “SBF online, is awaiting trial regarding 12 fraud, conspiracy, and campaign finance charges regarding his time heading the now-bankrupt FTX. According to

Prosecutors urge tight limits on Bankman-Fried’s internet use

US prosecutors urged a judge to impose tight restrictions on indicted FTX cryptocurrency exchange founder Sam Bankman-Fried's internet use, arguing existing conditions "leave too much room for inappropriate conduct." Separately, court documents earlier on Wednesday revealed that a former Stanford University law school dean and a computer science researcher at the school co-signed Bankman-Fried's bond alongside his parents. He is out on $250 million bond after pleading not guilty to fraud charges stemming from now-bankrupt…

FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried Says Stalker Tried ‘Citizen’s Arrest’

Sam Bankman-Fried has been charged with eight counts of fraud and conspiracy for using FTX customer funds as a personal piggy bank with his hedge fund Alameda Research.Photo: Michael M. Santiago (Getty Images)Failed co-founder and CEO of the FTX crypto exchange Sam Bankman-Fried reportedly has a few layers of security while he’s at home waiting for trial, including security guards and a 75-pound German shepherd. Though since his address is easily Googleable, angry former fans still seem intent on paying the once-crypto

Judge Tells SBF to Move In With Parents on $250 Million Bail

Sam Bankman-Fried being led away by U.S. marshals after after attending a bail hearing in U.S. court Thursday.Photo: Yuki Iwamura (AP)Failed crypto founder Sam Bankman-Fried heard the news no young man wants to hear Thursday: “sorry son, you’re moving back in with your parents.” For all the young people who lived with their folks into their 20s, let’s just hope for his sake that the old man didn’t get rid of his old childhood bed. New York federal court Judge Gabriel Gorenstein allowed FTX co-founder Bankman-Fried to be

Michael Lewis Selling Movie Rights for Book on FTX’s Meltdown

Michael Lewis, author of Moneyball and The Big Short (left) and Sam Bankman-Fried, founder of FTX (right)Photo: David Levenson / Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc (Getty Images)Michael Lewis, author of Moneyball and The Big Short, has been following FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried for the past six months to write his next book. And while the potential ending of Lewis’s book has obviously changed in the past week since FTX’s $32 billion implosion, Lewis is already shopping around the movie rights, according to a new report from