Before he was arrested in the Bahamas on Monday, FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried had planned to give congressional testimony the following day alleging that Sullivan & Cromwell attorneys pressured him, his co-workers, family, and friends to get the embattled founder to seek Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

FTX ultimately filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection within 10 days of CoinDesk publishing the leaked balance sheet showing that Bankman-Fried’s trading firm was largely propped up by the exchange’s native token.

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