They are, to hear the feds tell it, a Bonnie and Clyde for the crypto age – made-for-TikTok personalities who broke bad, glamorously, right before their followers eyes.
They are, to hear the feds tell it, a Bonnie and Clyde for the crypto age — made-for-TikTok personalities who broke bad, glamorously, right before their followers’ eyes.
She billed herself as “The Crocodile of Wall Street” and “Razzlekhan,” a surrealist artist and rapper with tattooed hands and, she boasted, more pizzazz than Genghis Khan.
He assumed a tamer persona: that of a “tech entrepreneur” and “occasional magician” who’d proposed, in a social media moment, via flashing billboards in Times Square
At an initial appearance in a Manhattan federal court on Tuesday evening, Morgan wore a white hooded sweatshirt, her long hair down. Lichtenstein, who goes by the nickname “Dutch,” showed up wearing jeans and a gray shirt. Neither wore shackles nor spoke publicly. Their lawyers — they have retained separate counsel — did the talking. The trial will eventually be held in Washington.