According to prosecutors, Elizabeth Holmes shows no remorse toward her victims and lives on an estate that costs $13,000 a month

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As part of her appeal, Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is living on an estate worth $13,000 a month and shows no remorse to victims.

Earlier this week, government lawyers filed a court document saying Holmes was living on the estate. According to Insider's review of the document, Holmes' estate costs more than $13,000 a month to maintain, according to cash flow statements he provided to the US probation office.

Holmes was sentenced to 11.25 years in prison in November after being found guilty of four fraud-related charges. According to court filings, she appealed her conviction.

According to prosecutors, Holmes shows no remorse toward her victims. According to the prosecutors, criminal defendants should begin serving their custodial sentences. "Vague references" to Evans' work schedule could justify Holmes relaxing her travel restrictions.

Evans's salary was listed as $0, but Holmes has also said he paid the bills every month, prosecutors said. This country has only one criminal justice system, not two - one for the rich and one for the poor.

Prosecutors said Holmes must answer for crimes committed nearly a decade ago and begin serving her prison sentence.

Hulu's drama "The Dropout," starring Amanda Seyfried, depicts Holmes dropping out of Stanford to start Theranos, a blood-testing startup with a $9 billion valuation. On April 27, 2023, she'll report to prison.



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