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Alameda’s former CEO Caroline Ellison has been seen in New York, according to Twitter.

Caroline Ellison is said to be making an order at a New York cafe in an unconfirmed photo, which makes people wonder why she is back in the US.

A recent picture of what looks like Caroline Ellison, the former CEO of Alameda Research, in a coffee shop in Manhattan, New York, has been going around on Twitter.

On December 4, two photos started going around on Twitter that seemed to show Ellison ordering a coffee at the Ground Support Cafe in Manhattan.

Gopher, a Golden Doodle puppy that is thought to belong to FTX and Alameda executives, seems to be in the photo with Ellison, which adds to the possibility that he was seen.

After the collapse of FTX and Alameda, Hong Kong was the last place Ellison’s location was thought to be. A source told Cointelegraph on November 12 that she was trying to get to Dubai at the time.

Autism Capital, a Twitter user who calls himself a “citizen journalist,” seems to be the first to share the photos, which were sent in by an unnamed user.

“A user says they saw Caroline Ellison at 8:15 AM [UTC] at Ground Support Coffee on West Broad in SoHo, Manhattan. This would mean she isn’t in Hong Kong and is instead in New York, where she isn’t being held,” the wrote.

In response, a man named Daniel Mentado (@dmentado) who said he worked at the cafe “confirmed” that it was Ellison and that she was served by one of his employees.

Some people in the community are surprised that Ellison is in the United States, given the possible legal consequences. Others think that Ellison might be trying to make a deal with the authorities.

Some people have pointed out that the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the New York FBI office are only a short walk from the coffee shop in question.

It’s important to note, though, that there is still no proof that the man in the photo is Ellison. Some people in the crypto community have even tried to find answers in person, but they haven’t been able to.

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