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Days after crypto giant FTX collapsed and founder and CEO Sam Bankman-Fried stepped down in disgrace, his $40 million Bahamas penthouse has been listed for sale online.

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But the listing was fake, according to Fortune.

Autism Capital’s Twitter account first flagged the announcement on Sunday by sharing a link that stopped working a few days later.

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Realtors at listing agency Seaside Bahamas did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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Seaside’s Alvan Rolle reportedly blamed the confusion on “network failure” and denied ever negotiating with FTX.

“We don’t have a list for them and never have,” he told Fortune. “We didn’t even know about the listing until it was brought to our attention.”

And it’s unclear if the property could have been sold as FTX-related assets were frozen by the authorities after a near-instant $32 billion collapse.

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Orchid Penthouse 6, where Bankman-Freed and several of his FTX-affiliated roommates moved in last year, has views of both the private community’s mega-yacht marina to the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the south.

“Every aspect of the penthouse has been meticulously designed, with Venetian plaster walls paired with Italian marble accents, German engineered doors and windows, custom furniture, an LED lighting system and an audio/visual package with Creston smart home system,” the listing reads. “Private elevator with owner-only security codes and private garage.”

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The listing includes photos of the interior, illustrating the luxurious setting. Rooftop pool. Hot tub on the patio. A full size bar across from a stylish new kitchen. A dining room surrounded on three sides by windows at the ovoid south end of the building.

The 2021 listing describes the luxury penthouse as being smaller at 7,500 square feet. It has five bedrooms and 7½ bathrooms. The photos show the rooftop pool and chic modern interior. The seller was asking for just under $40 million, the same as for the fake listing.

The service charge was $21,000.

Bankman-Fried did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

Sam Bankman-Fried with shaggy hair

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Forbes in 2019 named the Albany community “one of the most exclusive resorts in the world.”

It is located on a 600-acre site that includes a golf course designed by Ernie Els, a former high profile professional known as “The Big Easy”; a marina with 71 slipways for multi-million dollar yachts; exclusive stores, including the Rolex store; private clubs and restaurants. The grounds, which the resort describes as an athlete’s paradise, include a spa and a private school.

initial Albany investors include Tiger Woods and Justin Timberlake.