Crypto Influencer Tiffany Fong Leaks 70 Pages Of Unsent Twitter Posts By Sam Bankman-Fried

With just two weeks remaining until Sam Bankman-Fried’s trial, an extensive collection of documents and unverified claims aimed at justifying his actions have emerged.

What Happened:  According to a report by the New York Times, some unpublished posts amounting to approximately 15,000 words, formatted as a series of tweets spanning about 70 pages, were shared by Bankman-Fried with crypto influencer Tiffany Fong

Fong, in turn, shared the documents with the New York Times.

The document, reminiscent of Bankman-Fried’s verbose interactions with US House Representatives, attempted explanations by the defunct FTX CEO regarding the collapse of FTX. 

Fong said, “I genuinely was not expecting a response. Most people in Sam’s shoes do NOT talk. That’s the smart thing to do. Plus, I figured every major publication likely wanted to interview Sam, so if he were to talk to anyone, it certainly wouldn’t be me.” Later, the interview became integral to the mounting evidence against Bankman-Fried.

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Why It Matters: Bankman-Fried, who had been arrested and charged with fraud following the collapse of FTX, found himself confined to house arrest in December. During this time, he penned numerous pages of introspective writings ranging from stream-of-consciousness musings to intricate mathematical calculations.

These unpublished posts, formatted as a series of tweets that spanned approximately 70 typed pages, featured both scathing criticisms of his closest colleagues and personal elements such as throwback photos from his high school years.

Price Action: At the time of writing, Bitcoin BTC/USD was trading at $26,307, up 0.32% in the last 24 hours, according to Benzinga Pro.

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