Martin Shkreli is worth at least $45 million, according to newly released court filing.
According to the New York Times, a court filling disclosed by federal prosecutors Thursday shows that a brokerage account containing $45 million was used to secure the $5 million bond posted by Shkreli after his Dec. 17 arrest.
The Times says this brokerage account at E-Trade is the first public accounting of how much money Shkreli,the Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO who became infamous for raising the price of a life-saving pill from $13.50 to $750, has made.
Shkreli was arrested in December for securities fraud.
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