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Alameda CEO Collaborates With Court


Former CEO of Alameda Caroline Ellisonsigned a plea deal to be released.

Under the agreement, Ellison will cooperate fully with SDNY’s investigation and other law enforcement agencies designated by the office; FTXand Alameda accounts will not be prosecuted except for possible criminal tax violations related to charges of telegram and commodity fraud arising from mixing of funds.

Alameda CEO Signs Defense Agreement

If Caroline Ellison cooperates fully with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, she will be freed from all charges other than criminal tax violations.

Former CEO of Alameda Research Caroline Ellison According to the recently signed plea agreement with the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York; to Ellison 250 thousand dollarsto provide personal bail bonds and to the continental United States. restriction on travel be allowed to be released on bail. He will also need to hand over any travel documents he has.

The confession agreement also states that if Ellison is not a US citizen, his deportation from the US will be mandatory. Ellison is assumed to be a US citizen, but it is unclear whether he renounced his citizenship for convenience for tax reasons, a popular trend among some crypto investors living abroad, and whether the US taxed non-residents.


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