SBF ripped Caroline Ellison over FTX crisis

Sam Bankman-Fried shredded his ex-lover Caroline Ellison’s handling of the crisis that eventually toppled FTX and said he felt “claustrophobic” in their relationship, according to a trove of his unsent tweets and other documents.

In writings compiled while he was under house arrest, Bankman-Fried reportedly blamed Ellison, who served as CEO of FTX’s sister cryptocurrency hedge fund Alameda Research, for mishandling the crisis that later led to the downfall of his empire, the New York Times reported on Thursday.

Bankman-Fried, 31, also criticized his on-again, off-again girlfriend for crying during a meeting and noted that she often clashed with Sam Trabucco, a member of the inner circle that once served as co-CEO at Alameda.

“She continually avoided talking about risk management — dodging my suggestions — until it was too late,” Bankman-Fried wrote in a document called “Alameda’s Failure to Hedge.”

Source: SBF ripped Caroline Ellison over FTX crisis