Courthouse News reports:
“I will regret every day of my life the day I met Martin Shkreli.” Evan Greebel, the former lawyer for “Pharma Bro” Shkreli, briefly addressed the court for the first time during his sentencing Friday for wire and securities fraud conspiracy.
U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto sentenced Greebel to 18 months in prison and over $10 million in restitution and $115,000 in forfeiture payments.
“I dread the day my children decide to search my name on the internet,” the 45-year-old lawyer lamented. He was convicted in December of scheming with Shkreli to repay the pharmaceutical executive’s defrauded investors.
Back in May, Shkreli was sentenced to seven years.
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