‘Pharma Bro’ Martin Shkreli has admitted that he was “far from blameless” in a cringe-worthy letter to a judge in which he pleads for leniency, according to court filings.
It seems that it has finally dawned on the 34-year-old that his near-to-mid term future is suddenly looking disastrously grim.
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As such the former hedge fund manager wrote to the judge, who will sentence him next week, begging her for forgiveness and promising that he’ll be “more careful, open and honest” if she doesn’t impose a long prison term.
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Shkreli was convicted of fraud after swindling investors out of millions of dollars.
RT reports: Shkreli, once dubbed “the most hated man in America,” earned notoriety after increasing the price of a life-saving AIDS drug by 5,000% in 2014. The former pharmaceutical CEO was convicted last year of three counts of security fraud. He repeatedly misled investors in two failed hedge funds, at one point claiming there was $40 million in one of his funds when it actually only had $300.
But now the “Pharma Bro” insists he has turned a corner: “I was wrong, I was a fool. I should have known better,” Shkreli wrote in the emotional letter to US District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto.
“I accept the fact that I made serious mistakes, but I still believe that I am a good person with much potential,” Shkreli said.
Judge Matsumoto ruled on Monday that Shkreli was liable for nearly $10.5 million in losses in his securities fraud case. He may be looking at 20 years in prison when his sentencing comes up on March 9; his lawyers are asking the judge to sentence the convicted fraudster to somewhere between 12 and 18 months.
Shkreli has languished in jail since his bail was revoked in September 2017 after he made an offer on Twitter of $5,000 to anyone who could grab a strand of hair from Hillary Clinton.
Describing himself as an “irreverent and free-wheeling individual” Shkreli wrote in the letter that “The demons that haunted me — the root cause of my insecurity in my life — no longer all exist.”