Martin Shkreli

The infamous "Pharma Bro" purchased the only copy of "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin" for $2 million in 2015 to “keep it from the people.”
Former Bloomberg News reporter Christie Smythe said she's "open to it," but still didn't give the heave-ho to the reviled "pharma bro."
Christie Smythe told Elle she has "purpose" in her romance with the imprisoned "pharma bro."
The probation report described Shkreli’s plan as the same kind of “delusional self-aggrandizing behavior” that landed him in prison.
An investigation is looking into claims that he regularly posts to social media and even fired a chief executive from behind bars.
Daraprim, used to treat AIDS, malaria and cancer patients, once cost $13.50 a pill. Now it costs $750 a pill.
He made headlines by jacking up the price of a lifesaving drug.
The former drug company executive was convicted in 2017 for defrauding investors.
Acting U.S. Attorney Bridget Rohde said the verdict sent a message to lawyers that they will be held accountable when they “use their legal expertise to facilitate the commission of crime.”
The rare album is part of $7.36 million in assets that prosecutors say he obtained by committing securities fraud.