Sam Bankman-Fried is no longer allowed to play League of Legends

Sam Bankman-Fried, the fallen CEO of crypto exchange FTX, will no longer be allowed to play League of Legends and other video games if the judge accepts these new conditions from the prosecutors. In a Feb. 15 letter to the judge, prosecutor Damian Williams writes to expand restrictions on electronic devices.

Worry about Bankman-Fried

Bankman-Fried was previously banned from using chat applications, but prosecutors fear he may still be in contact with people through video games. “Now before the US Court is a file of a suspect (Sam Bankman-Fried) who appears to be doing everything he can to evade surveillance and find loopholes in existing bail conditions.”

For that reason, the authorities now intend to impose wider restrictions on Bankman-Fried regarding the use of his mobile phone, tablet, computer and the internet in general. The bill now allows Bankman-Fried to use his devices only to view court information, speak to his attorneys, and answer emails.

Crypto community doesn’t understand it

Incidentally, the crypto community generally understands little that Bankman-Fried still has the right to be with his family after his actions. Bernie Madoff, the man behind the largest pyramid scheme ever in the United States, was thrown behind bars immediately after he was caught. Madoff was given a symbolic 150 years in prison and would never see the light of day again.

Bankman-Fried comes close to the misery Madoff caused with his actions with FTX and Alameda Research and is currently sitting quietly with his parents. “SBF spends Christmas at home with his family where he gets to play video games, instead of behind bars in prison. What kind of justice is that?” said Layah Heilpern on Twitter. Slowly but surely those advantages are now being taken away from him.

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