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Charlie Shrems Legal Dilemmas Continue; Winklevoss Twins Sue “Bitcoin’s First Felon”

After first going to prison in 2015 for laundering money used on the Silk Road, a new lawsuit by the Winklevoss Twins on November 2, 2018, has been lanced against Charlie Shrem suggesting that the Bitinstant CEO’s legal troubles are far from over.

Where’s the Money From Charlie?

The origin of the Winklevoss’ legal actions against Shrem comes from the latter’s purchase of at least $4.5 million in cars, boats, and assorted real estate. Considering that Shrem stated in interviews that he went to prison with very little money, the buying spree raised questions of how he was able to spend so much only a year or so out of jail.

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