In August, Retrophin sued Shkreli, their former CEO, having kicked him out of the company in 2014.
"The $65 million Retrophin wants from me would not dent me. I feel great. I'm licking my chops over the suits I'm going to file against them," Shkreli told Bloomberg.
Evan Greebel, a New York based lawyer, was also arrested for allegedly conspiring with Shkreli.
Shkreli rose to infamy in September when he purchased the rights to life-saving drug Daraprim, used to treat toxoplasmosis, which can be deadly for those who have compromised immune systems, such as people living with HIV or cancer – and increased the price 5000%, from $13.50 per tablet to $750.
As news broke of his arrest, the Internet came together to celebrate karma, and hoped that his bail would be set at 5000% of the normal rate.
‘Pharma Bro’ also made headlines earlier this month when he paid $2 million for a private Wu Tang Clan album that he has no intention of sharing with the public. Following his arrest, many have called for the government to seize it and share it with the public.
— FBI New York (@NewYorkFBI) December 17, 2015
If convicted on all charges, Shkreli could face up to 20 years in prison.
On Thursday evening, he was released from jail on $5 million bond.