Judge Kiyo Matsumoto has most recently ordered the infamous "Pharma Bro" to forfeit a lofty $7.36 million in assets, which will include his rare copy of the Wu-Tang album.
Agreeing with arguments by federal prosecutors, U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto ruled that Shkreli must turn over his interest in so-called substitute assets to satisfy forfeiture requirements for the criminal actions that led to his August 2017 conviction.
Shkreli has been in jail awaiting sentencing since September 2017 after his bail was revoked.
"Once Upon A Time in Shaolin", a one-of-a-kind album by the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan, as well as any proceeds from the album's sale. Bloomberg reported that he paid $2 million for it.
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A painting by famed Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
Shkreli is a known for a 2015 price-gouging scandal involving a decades-old drug his company acquired, but he is in jail because of securities fraud during his time running a hedge fund. They determined that he lied to investors about the performance of two hedge funds he ran, MSMB Capital and MSMB Healthcare. His conviction stems from charges that he defrauded investors in Retrophin, the pharmaceutical company he co-founded.
The $7.36 million forfeiture doesn't include fines, penalty or restitution Matsumoto might impose during his sentencing.