The New York Post: Martin Shkreli ordered to turn over $7.4 million — including rare Wu-Tang album

A one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album could soon be back on the market.

Pharma felon Martin Shkreli was ordered Monday to forfeit nearly $7.4 million in assets – including the sole copy of Wu-Tang’s “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” that he purchased for $2 million.

Brooklyn federal court Judge Kiyo Matsumoto gave the green light for federal prosecutors to also seize Shkreli’s “Tha Carter V” album by Lil Wayne and an unidentified Picasso painting, according to court filings.

In addition, Shkreli must forfeit $5 million in cash he has sitting in an E*Trade ETFC, +2.14% brokerage account.

The jailed 34-year-old bought the sole copy of Wu-Tang’s 21-track, double-sided album in 2015 – and later tried peddling it on eBay EBAY, +0.56% for a little more than half the price.

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