Feds Are Confiscating Martin Shkreli's Wu-Tang Album, Picasso Painting & More

Things aren't going so well for Martin Shkreli, who is more commonly known as the "pharma bro" for jacking up prices of an HIV treatment drug by a whopping 5,000%.

The crook was convicted of security frauds in August of 2017. Besides that, earlier this year a judge ordered Shkreli to be jailed after his creepy Facebook post offering $5,000 for a strand of Hillary Clinton's hair. And now, the prosecutors want him to forfeit $7.4 million including some other assets, such as the one-off Wu-Tang Clan album, a Pablo Picasso painting and more.

Martin Shkreli, aka Pharma Bro (Photo: Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call via Getty Images)

Shkreli, who seems like a guy unable to keep his mouth shut, bragged about buying the Wu-Tang Clan Once Upon a Time in Shaolin album for $2 million. Three months ago, he even listed it on eBay saying he's selling to see if "the world values music nearly as much" as he does.

Alongside the $2 million album, feds also want $5 million in cash, Shkreli's shares of Turing Pharmaceuticals, the Lil Wayne album The Carter V, a Picasso painting and an Enigma machine using during the WWII by codebreakers.

You can read the fill 10-page court filing here. The $7 million sum asked by the prosecutors should "represents a conservative computation of the proceeds Shkreli personally obtained as a result of his three different securities fraud crimes of conviction."

Currently serving time in a jail in Brooklyn, Shkreli is scheduled to be sentenced on January 16, 2018. He faces up to 20 years in prison.