Martin Shkreli, the infamous ex-pharmaceutical executive who was recently convicted of fraud, was sent to jail on Wednesday because he offered a cash reward for a strand of Hillary Clinton’s hair.
During a Wednesday hearing, a federal judge ruled Shkreli presented a threat to the community when he offered $5,000 on Facebook to the first person to “grab a hair” from Clinton during her current “What Happened” book tour.
“There has been a danger presented through this post,” Judge Kiyo A. Matsumoto said during the hearing, according to the New York Times.
As previously reported by Independent Journal Review in early August, Shkreli is already in plenty of legal trouble:
After five days of deliberation, a Brooklyn jury found Martin Shkreli guilty on three of eight counts, which included securities fraud, conspiracy to commit securities fraud, and conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
“Pharma Bro,” as Shkreli is often referred as, was accused of misleading investors about where their money was going in relation to a set of hedge funds.
At one point, Shkreli claimed that one of his funds had over $40 million when, in actuality, it had around $300. According to CNBC, Shkreli could face up to 20 years in prison.
Shkreli, who was out on $5 million bond, was supposed to be sentenced on the fraud convictions in January.