Voyager creditors serve SBF a subpoena to appear in court for a ‘remote deposition’
Voyager Digital’s unsecured creditors have demanded that former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF) and several senior FTX and Alameda Research executives provide documents and appear in court remotely next week to testify.
Court registration On February 18, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York said that Bankman-Fried had received “a subpoena to testify in his bankruptcy testimony.”
He was served by the Official Committee on Unsecured Creditors of Voyager Digital Holdings, a bankrupt crypto-lending exchange, who said he was due for “remote escrow” on February 23rd.
It also states that Bankman-Fried will provide all requested “documents and communications” no later than February 20.
This comes after a Feb. 6 court document revealed that Voyager lawyers served the subpoena on Bankman-Fried, as well as Alameda CEO Caroline Ellison, FTX co-founder Gary Wang, and FTX head of product Ramnick Arora.
All persons had to provide the requested information by 17 February.
Judge John Dorsey previously authorized FTX debtors under bankruptcy court rules to issue subpoenas to obtain information and documents from former FTX colleagues and members of the Bankman-Fried family.
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Meanwhile, Bankman-Freed was warned that he could “presumably” waive bail after Judge Lewis Kaplan said there were “probable grounds” for believing he was involved in an attempt to tamper with witnesses.
Credit : cointelegraph.com