Martin Shkreli received his second lifetime ban from the pharmaceutical industry. One month after U.S. District Court Judge Denise Cotes banned the “Pharma Bro” from future involvement in the industry, a second judge handed down a similar order and ordered him to pay a $1.39 million fine.

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A U.S. judge on January 14 barred Martin Shkreli from the pharmaceutical industry for life and ordered him to pay $64.6 million after he famously raised the price of the drug Daraprim and fought to block generic competitors.

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission and seven states on December 7 settled claims accusing Vyera Pharmaceuticals of trying to block generic versions of the company’s life-saving drug Daraprim, but are preparing for a Dec. 14 trial against accused mastermind Martin Shkreli.

The Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint in federal court against Vyera Pharmaceuticals, the company formerly known as Turing Pharmaceuticals that Martin Shkreli founded, alleging an “elaborate anticompetitive scheme to preserve a monopoly” on Daraprim.