Martin Shkreli would have Spent $10K JAY-Z Tickets Using the Money from the Company

HipHop News Posted on July 12, 2017 at 6:46am

Martin Shkreli would have Spent $10K JAY-Z Tickets Using the Money from the Company

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New York, NY – Notorious Pharma bro Martin Shkreli supposedly once spent $10,000 on JAY-Z tickets, according to counter Wendy Spaulding who was called to testify in court on Tuesday (July 11) in his ongoing fraud trial values. The records show that Retrophin – a drug company established by Shkreli funded by the outrageously expensive concert tickets during a time when the company's bank account according to the reports, I was already lean. Although it is not clear exactly what that tour bought the tickets, it is likely that attend to Hov's Magna Carter World Tour in 2013 or 2014 in support of 2013's Magna Carta Holy Grail.

Spaulding also said that more than 1.3 million dollars of Retrophin, he was transferred to Shkreli's personal bank account, and another $26,000, was put into the same account from MSMB Capital.

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This is another chapter in the ongoing saga of the humiliated, of 34 years, the investors. In 2015, he won an auction and became the sole owner of Wu-Tang Clan once Upon a Time In Shaolin album, and taunted her online publication. A year later, he gave Kanye West an exorbitant amount of money for The Life of Paul and this month of May, pissed off Lil Wayne and the camp once more, after the escape of fragments of Tha Carter v. the Attorneys representing Wayne and Universal Music slapped Shkreli with cease and desist letters and promised swift legal action if the leak continues.

Shkreli was originally arrested in the City of New York on the 17th of December 2015, but has pleaded not guilty to all charges, including eight counts of securities fraud and. Meanwhile, prosecutors continue building their case and JAY-Z starts his 4:44 tour in the fall.


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