John McAfee’s lavish experience in Spanish Prison

John McAfee charged with tax evasion says he is having a fascinating time in the Spanish prison and is sharing his cell with a drug dealer.

By · Oct 10, 2020 . 6min read

John McAfee Spanish Prison news

John McAfee has shared a typically strange update from the Spanish prison, where he is awaiting extradition to the U.S. on tax evasion charges. However, he is in no hurry. He enjoys every second, according to a message relayed by his wife, Janice McAfee. The message begins with greetings. He goes on to elucidate that he is having a good time as Spanish prisons are not bad.

A quick update: I was able to speak with John today. He is still in good spirits and wanted me to share this message with all of you.

Janice McAfee on Twitter

Recently, his wife, Janice McAfee, issued a public statement on her Twitter accounts on Tuesday morning. She insists that he is under detainment in Spain. She further states that he is in “good spirits” and thanks to his followers for their support. John McAfee is the founder of the computer security company McAfee. 

John McAfee: Spanish Prisons are not that Bad

According to the update on the Twitter page, it appears that John McAfee is having a fascinating time in the prison. He says that one can wear any clothes. Also, smoking and socializing are allowed. McAfee is sharing the cell with an ambassador’s drug dealer. Other prisoners are criminals but are friendly people, according to him. Nevertheless, he favours not to turn his face to the wall and see his back all the time. He also ensures more updates when given a chance.

John McAfee explains the way he does hygiene procedures that incorporates the shower and toilet. He states that the shower is just a pipe with a plastic bottle with a cut-off bottom attached as the showerhead. The toilet in prison does not seem to be so convenient, though. Nevertheless, McAfee does not assume to spend much time in the Spanish prison. He considers either his lawyers will pull him out or he will face extradition to the U.S. with the results to follow.

For the uninitiated, the U.S. SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) has filed charges against John McAfee, affirming that the crypto celebrity gained by promoting 7 ICO sales on Twitter. The SEC wants him to pay back all his profits and permanently ban him from serving as an officer or director to any company that sells securities. McAfee might face a maximum sentence of five years for each of the five tax evasion counts and a maximum sentence of 4 years for failing to file his tax returns. 

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