Sam Bankman Fried ‘Arrogant’ and ‘Scared at Bahamas Prison: Official
- Sam Bankman-Fried, disgraced founder of FTX, is currently being held at Fox Hill prison in Bahamas.
- The facility is notorious for its harsh conditions, including being overcrowded, understaffed, and inhospitable.
- The Washington Post Bankman Fried was described by an unnamed prison official as a “nice guy.”
Sam Bankman Fried, former CEO of FTX is being held in a Bahamas prison known for its harsh conditions. However, he is in “good spirits”, an official at the facility said. The Washington Post.
The arrest of the disgraced founder of a cryptocurrency exchange is currently being made Fox Hill correctional facilityIn Nassau, where he will remain until February, following a Tuesday hearing by a judge denied him bailHe was placed in custody and ordered to remain there while he waited. extradition to the US.
After being charged by the United States, Bankman-Fried was taken into custody Monday by authorities in Bahamas.
According to an unnamed prison official, Bankman-Fried appeared “a little arrogant” after arriving at the facility. However, he appeared like a “nice man.” According to the official, Bankman-Fried still believes that a judge will grant him bail. However, if he is not granted bail, he would be ready for extradition and to “face it” in the US.
Fox Hill prisonThe prison is known to be overcrowded, understaffed, and inmates claim they lived in maggot and rat infestations. They had to clean out human waste with buckets according to a 2021 human rights reportThe State Department compiled these data.
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