Stanford University is adding extra security and shutting down some streets around Sam Bankman-Fried's family home, according to a university spokesperson.
The Bay Area native will be held under house arrest at his parents' cushy 3,000-square-foot home.
A Stanford spokesperson said the road closures will be "temporary and limited," designed to have minimal impact on student life. Most students are not expected to be back on campus until Jan. 7.
The Bankman-Fried household sits just feet from undergraduate residences, including its closest neighbor, the quirky “naked, pagan and vegan” dorm Synergy. Its prime location nestles it just behind the university’s Fraternity Row, and across the street from the president’s mansion.
But given the crypto founder’s public notoriety, a media circus may descend upon the family’s home. If that’s the case, the close proximity of Bankman-Fried’s house to student residences may cause a security headache for the already beleaguered university.
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