Team McAfee Claims $50-$100 Million In Crypto Stolen By McAfee’s Accountant
According to a report from Team McAfee CEO, the treasurer of John McAfee’s company has stolen tens of millions of dollars’ worth of cryptocurrency.
Jimmy Watson, CEO of crypto and ICO marketing company Team McAfee claimed that Luke Jenkins is “refusing to give back [cryptocurrencies] valued at fifty to one hundred million dollars.”
According to Watson, Jenkins had been hired to “receive, account for and hold tokens or payments received by John McAfee and Team, and that Jenkins worked for the team for more than a year.
.@gemcrypto and @paradigm2070, the top conspirators in the theft of over $62 mil in tokens from us, are trying to unload the stolen tokens. They are using https://t.co/Sed3yk0Nmg and HitBTC. Nearly every other exchange is cooperating with us. Why these 2? Are they also involved? pic.twitter.com/w5wsKAIOJA
— John McAfee (@officialmcafee) August 24, 2018
Watson published a plea for information in NullTX, mentioning only Jenkins. The amount stolen is between 50 and 100 million dollars, according to market price.
Jenkins has refused to return the money, and as a result “hundreds of individuals” have sent complaints to Team McAfee over the last two months.
Implicated is Luke Jenkins, ex-con and treasurer of the outfit, and his girlfriend Gemma (surname unknown), who is not treating the allegations seriously:
It’s just part of the never-ending Mcafee show. I left America because our visions and morals with crypto are very different. I’ve seen too much and they don’t want me in the space. I expected something like this. It’s like a soap opera! (Tweeted from my prison cell).
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