Sam Bankman-Fried Skipped Sardine Breakfast at ‘Fox Hell Prison, Got Toast and Jam
- Sam Bankman-Fried was reportedly served vegan meals during his time in a Bahamas prison.
- The Fox Hill prison, located in Nassau, typically serves grits or sardines as breakfast and rice or beef as lunch.
- Bankman-Fried forgoed those meals and instead ate toast, jam, stewed vegetables and other foods.
Sam Bankman-Fried, a disgraced crypto entrepreneur, is well-known for being vegan. This translated into a different set meals during his stint in prison in the Bahamas earlier in this month.
According to a report from the New York Times, prisoners at the Fox Hill prison — located in the Bahamas’ capital city of Nassau — typically ate a meal of sardines and grits for breakfast and unseasoned beef with rice for lunch. Commonly, meals were served in moldy bowls and dinner was often skipped.
Bankman-Fried ate toast and jam every morning, as well as stewed greens and vegetables for his lunch and dinners at Fox Hill.
The New York Times reported that Mr. Bankman Fried received royal treatment “By Fox Hill standards”, The New York Times reported.
Locals refer to Fox Hill prison as “Fox Hell”, because it is often referred to by them. The prison holds approximately 1,400 criminals, 40% more than the original planned capacity of 1,000 prisoners. According to the report, violence is common both among prisoners and guards. The prison also has limited running water, which often results in a brownish-colored prison.
Bankman-Fried, rather than being held with the wider prison population, was kept in Fox Hill’s medical wings with as many five prisoners in a dormitory-style area that was under constant supervision.
Although Bankman-Fried was not as ill as he could have been, he agreed with US prosecutors to be extradited, according to the New York Times, which cited a person who was briefed on the discussions.
Doan Cleare, Fox Hill prison guard, stated to the New York Times that Bankman-Fried was well cared for but didn’t receive preferential treatments.
After arriving in the USA and being arraigned by a court, Bankman Fried was released from prison. He is currently under home-confinement after posting $250 million bail.His next court date will be next week, January 3.
Bankman-Fried is hit with various fraud charges after his crypto exchange FTX lost billions of dollarsCustomer funds
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