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Twitter users spotted former Alameda CEO Carolyn Ellison in New York




A recent photo of what appears to be former Alameda Research CEO Caroline Ellison at a Manhattan, New York coffee shop has gone viral on Twitter.

On December 4, two photos began circulating on Twitter, apparently showing Ellison ordering a cup of coffee at the Ground Support coffee shop in Manhattan.

Adding some weight to the potential sighting, it appears that a gopher puppy, the Golden Doodle puppy who is understood to be owned by FTX and Alameda execs, is also in the photo next to Ellison.

Caroline Ellison’s potential vision: Twitter

Ellison’s last expected location was Hong Kong, which was proposed in the aftermath FTX and Alameda implosion. At the time, a source told Cointelegraph on November 12 that she was Looking to flee to Dubai.


Twitter user and self-described “citizen journalist” Autism Capital appeared to be the first to share the photos, and they are understood to have been submitted by an unnamed user.

One user claims they spotted Caroline Ellison at Ground Support Coffee on West Broad in SoHo Manhattan at 8:15 a.m. [UTC]. This means that she is not in Hong Kong and is in New York and is not under arrest.”

In response, a man who went to Daniel Mentado (dmentado) that he works at the café “confirmed” that he was Ellison, and that one of his employees had served her.

Some members of the community were surprised that Ellison was on American soil given the potential legal ramifications, while others did forecast That Ellison might be looking to make a deal with the authorities.


The coffee shop in question is only short Walk Far from the US Attorney’s Office and the FBI in New York, as some have pointed out.

However, it is worth emphasizing that 100% concrete evidence that this is Ellison in the photo has not yet surfaced. Some members of the crypto community even have them try to To find answers personally, without any success.


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Meanwhile, FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried went on a media tour painting his side of events by denying anything Intentional foul play And blame Alameda’s leadership.

Notably, Bankman-Fried tweeted a few hours after Ellison’s supposed sighting that he plans to testify at a House Financial Services Committee hearing at some point, but not until he’s “finished learning and reviewing what happened.”