The latest revelation from the FTX case reveals that Bahamian properties worth millions were bought in the company name. FTX, at the time operated by Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), his parents and other high-level executives of the company, reportedly purchased at least 19 properties in the Bahamas over the last two years.Collectively, these purchases have a worth of over $121 million, according to a Reuters report of the official property records.
Among the acquired properties were seven luxury condos. While the residents of the condos remain unknown at the time of writing, the property deed claims they were to be used as "residences for key personnel" of the defunct exchange.
Additionally, a property worth $16.4 million has SBF’s parents, Joseph Bankman and Barbara Fried, as signatories. The deed allegedly has the property designated a “vacation home,” with documents dating back to Jun.
15 of this year. According to original reports, a spokesperson for the couple did not answer the question as to how this leisure property was acquired and if any FTX funds were involved.Read more on cointelegraph.com