San Bankman-Fried denied Bail in the Bahamas for FTX Fraud Accusations
- After Sam Bankman-Fried was arrested Monday on fraud charges, a judge in Bahamas denied him bail.
- According to reports, the former CEO of FTX was taken into custody and held until February.
- He was charged Tuesday by US authorities with multiple counts of fraud.
A magistrate judge in Bahamas denied FTX founder Sam Bankman-FriedBail hearing on Tuesday, following his Monday arrest on fraud allegations
The judge ruled that the former CEO and founder at the crypto exchange platform was a flight risk and placed him in custody until February.
Authorities in the Bahamas detained Bankman-FriedThis week, we acted on a request by US officials. A US federal criminal indictment unsealedBankman-Fried was charged with Tuesday multiple countsIncluding wire fraud, money laundering and campaign finance violations.
Bankman-Fried was also charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday. They claim that he defrauded investors and customers.
According to Reuters, Bankman-Fried said that he could fight extradition to the US. Bahamian prosecutors requested that he not be granted bail in the event he did.
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