Former CEO of Theranos, a blood testing business that advertised the ability to identify diseases like cancer with just a few drops of blood, is known as Elizabeth Holmes.
According to the business, users could self-administer blood tests that were quicker, less expensive, and less invasive.
But in 2015, the Wall Street Journal reported that Theranos’ testing had significant flaws, casting doubt on their assertions.
They learned that the business actually outsourced its laboratory work and conducted tests using conventional blood testing techniques.
Elizabeth Holmes, her husband William “Billy” Evans, their infant son, and two dogs are currently residing in a nine-bedroom, $135 million home in California.
She is said to have been hiding out at the Woodside Green Gables Estate since at least last March.
Seven different homes are situated on the 74-acre estate in the Silicon Valley community.
Along with three additional swimming pools, a tennis court, and a private orchard, it also has a pool with a Roman theme. The estate’s typical home costs $5 million.