‘Pharma bro’ Martin Shkreli seen for first time since early release


Notorious “Pharma bro” Martin Shkreli was seen in public Thursday for the first time since his early release from federal prison a day earlier.

In exclusive photos obtained by The Post, Shkreli was captured sporting a 5 a.m. shadow and looking disheveled while playing with his phone outside a Brooklyn halfway house.

He was also visibly dressed, wearing a baggy gray tracksuit and a white t-shirt.

The convict – who gained notoriety when he hiked the price of a life-saving drug by an incredible 5,000% – checked into the halfway house on Wednesday after serving less than five years of his seven-year sentence years for defrauding hedge fund investors.

Since his release, Shkreli has wasted no time returning to the New York dating scene as he is reportedly looking for love on the dating app Bumble.

The pharma bro created a profile on the app proclaiming he’s 39 and available, BuzzFeed culture reporter Stephanie McNeal revealed on Twitter.

“Pharma bro” Martin Shkreli has served less than five years of his seven-year federal prison sentence.
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Martin Shkreli was seen wearing a gray sweater and sweatpants as he stepped on white Nike shoes.
Shkreli was seen wearing a gray sweater and sweatpants on Thursday.
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Martin Shkreli is seen for the first time since his early release from prison.
“Pharma bro” Martin Shkreli is reportedly looking for love on the dating app Bumble.
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Martin Shkreli is seen for the first time since his early release from prison.
Martin Shkreli was seen on the phone outside a Brooklyn halfway house.
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Martin Shkreli is seen for the first time since his early release from prison.
Shkreli was notorious for price gouging as CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals.
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Shkreli was convicted in 2017 of defrauding investors in a series of hedge funds. He is expected to be released from the halfway house in September.


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