Former girlfriend of FTX sham artist Sam Bankman-Fried spotted in NYC amid speculation she will cut a deal with prosecutors
By JD Heyes // Dec 07, 2022

While disgraced founder of the now-defunct and former leading cryptocurrency exchange FTX, Sam Bankman-Fried, is on a whirlwind media tour trying to convince as many people as he can he was too dumb to know he was spending other people's money and running the multibillion-dollar company into the ground, his primary lover may be preparing to cut a deal with federal prosecutors.

According to Autism Capital, Caroline Ellison, the former CEO of Alameda Capital -- which, of course, was at the heart of the FTX implosion after the firm blew $8 billion in FTX client funds on a series of horrible stock trades -- was seen at a New York City coffee shop, which fueled speculation she was preparing to meet with prosecutors to find a way to keep herself out of jail while throwing SBF under the bus before he does the same to her.

"This would mean she is not in Hong Kong and is in NY not in custody," Autism Capital noted in a tweet containing a pair of photos confirmed to be Ellison.

This matters because as Bankman-Fried, on his media tour, attempts to throw Ellison and all other staffers at Alameda Capital to the wolves after burning through billions in client funds, "Caroline is two-steps ahead of SBF and is already cooperating with members of the DOJ, and specifically the SDNY, which we previously reported is probing the collapse of FTX," Zero Hedge noted on Monday.

"The general consensus is that Caroline Ellison is likely in NY cutting a deal and cooperating with SDNY prosecutors to roll on Sam," Autism Capital reiterated in a tweet.

"A highly credible source claims that Caroline Ellison is currently being represented by WilmerHale, a well known DC insider law firm," the account noted further, asking someone to "please verify."

"If indeed Ellison is working the Feds while currying favor with SBF's former closest friends, the days of Bankman-Fried - who may or may not soon commit Epsteincide - outside of a prison cell are numbered," Zero Hedge added.

Or maybe not. You see, it turns out that SBF was the second-largest donor to -- wait for it -- Democrats during the 2020 and 2022 election cycles, and he's even been credited with helping Joe Biden limp across the finish line.

As noted by the Free Beacon, he's in good (or bad) company:

What happened: Sam Bankman-Fried, the digital guru who earlier this year pledged to spend as much as $1 billion in support of Democratic candidates, is under federal investigation after the cryptocurrency exchange he founded declared bankruptcy amid accusations of fraud and financial mismanagement.

Why it matters: Bankman-Fried is the latest in a long line of Democratic megadonors to be accused of egregious criminal acts.

By the numbers:

• $5,700,000 — The amount Bankman-Fried, aka “SBF” or “the next Warren Buffet,” donated to President Joe Biden’s campaign and other Democratic-aligned entities in 2020.

• $40,000,000 — The amount SBF donated to political candidates and committees during the 2022 election cycle, the vast majority of which were aligned with the Democratic Party.

• $15,600,000,000— Bankman-Fried’s estimated net worth on Nov. 8, 2022.

• $0 — His estimated net worth on Nov. 11, 2022.

He joins other scumbags who donated heavily to Democrats, including former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, liberal activist and murderer Ed Buck, and 'beloved' investment 'guru' Bernie Madoff.

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