well here is a complete fucking scumbag!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



This wanker  is  giving all  yuppies  a bad  name .....what a complete tosser !!!!!  but  its  all about money !!!!!!!!....he is  American..................America is a  business  not a  country!!!!!!!...........


x

351
RIGHT NOW


42K
VIEWS

1K
SHARES

22
COMMENTS

‘Most Hated Man in America’ Who Raised Price on Live-Saving Drug Now Facing Severe Legal Troubles

Martin Shkreli, the former hedge funder who entered the pharmaceutical business, caused rampant outrage when his company, Turing Pharmaceuticals, purchased an anti-bacterial drug called Daraprim and unceremoniously raised the price an astounding 5,500 percent, from $13.50 per pill to $750 per pill.
Now, in addition to stoking the outrage of the American public, Shkreli is under investigation for a litany of crimes, many of which go back to his time in the finance industry and include stock fraud and “other violations of securities rules.”
In short, the 32-year-old is being accused of handing out stocks in his company for favors, to square debts, or to just make the company seem more successful than it actually was.
Retrophin, a biotech company that Shkreli helped found, is suing the businessman to the tune of $65 million dollars for these alleged actions.

And that’s not all.
Shkreli is also being accused of harassing the family of an employee that worked for another one of his businesses, failed investment firm MSMB Capital Management.
A recently filed lawsuit indicates that Shkreli harassed and threatened an employee named Timothy Pierotti, as well as his family, which includes 4 children:

Image Credit: New York County Clerk
Image Credit: New York County Clerk
According to documents, Shkreli wrote Pierotti a damning letter:
“I hope to see you and your four children homeless and will do whatever I can to assure this.”
He also purportedly contacted the employee and his family on Facebook, speaking to his children and speaking ill of their father.
While the fraud and insider trading allegations are still under investigation, Pierotti and Shkreli have settled their differences for an undisclosed sum of money.