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>> He's going to jail and it's over a strand of Hillary Clinton's hair. Former drug company executive Martin Shkreli, aka, Pharma Bro, on September 4th posted a Facebook message offering a $,5000 reward for a strand of Clinton's hair. That prompted an investigation from the US Secret Service. US District Judge, Kiyo Matsumoto, in Brooklyn, said the Facebook post showed Shkreli posed a danger to the public and on Wednesday, revoked his $5 million bail.
Shkreli awaits sentencing after being convicted in August of defrauding investors of two hedge funds he ran, MSNB Capital and MSNB Healthcare. He became famous for raising the price of anti-infection drug Daraprim by 5000% in 2015 while he was chief executive of Turing Pharmaceuticals. Gaining him the nickname, Pharma Bro.
Shkreli this week apologized for the Facebook post, but now he'll have to wait his sentencing out in jail. He faces a maximum sentence of 20 years.