Martin Shkreli’s week is off to a bad start. On Monday, he and his attorneys finally regained control of the recently arrested ex-pharmaceutical C.E.O.’s Twitter account, after it was hacked and began sending, without context, messages all-too similar to things Shkreli might actually tweet.
The new Twitter account, characteristically named “Martin the God,” continued to brag about his financial prowess (“Anyone want free money? Willing to donate hundreds of thousands to charities before I go to prison...”) and taunted the authorities that arrested him before he posted a $5 million bond...
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