We’ve got pictures of ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ in federal custody, and they’re not pretty.
‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ sold for at least $2.2 million, enough to cover the rest of Martin Shkreli's outstanding debt to the government.
Federal authorities have just sold the rare Wu-Tang Clan album, ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin,’ to an unknown buyer.
When he's not enjoying the bocce ball lanes, he'll apparently be able to take classes in leather craft.
“The Wu-Tang album is not in our possession,” a senior Justice Department official told VICE News on Tuesday.
The infamous pharma bro just asked to be placed in a minimum-security "camp" facility. Here's what current federal prisoners think he has coming.
The "pharma bro" and convicted fraudster was sentenced Friday afternoon to 84 months hard time after pleading his case in dramatic fashion.
He was facing a maximum of 20 years.
The pharma bro will have to use the $2 million purchase toward the $7.36 million he owes the government.
As well as a bunch of other bizarre rich-people shit, per a new court document.
The infamous "pharma bro" was out on $5 million bail after being convicted of securities fraud, but his Facebook post got it revoked.
A group of 16- and 17-year-old boys was able to recreate Daraprim for just $2 a pill.