Elizabeth Holmes has made her first court appearance — minus her signature fashion look.
Holmes, the chief executive officer of the now-defunct Theranos — which was billed as a revolutionary health-care company — appeared in a San Jose, Calif. federal courthouse on Monday for a status hearing.
While the former executive has been charged for nine counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit fraud through her company, she raised eyebrows today for her sartorial choice: a light gray suit with a blue button-down shirt. In the recent HBO documentary, “The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley” and in her many appearances before being charged, Holmes stuck to a uniform of a black turtleneck.
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Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes made a court appearance on Monday. You might recognize her from the HBO doc she’s in surrounding her controversial Palo Alto-based startup. . Holmes is accused of scamming investors, doctors and patients out of millions of dollars. Her next court appearance is scheduled for July 1st. . #nbc #nbcnews #news #staytuned #elizabethholmes #startup #scam
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