Last week Friday, a motion against Craig Wright was issued by the United States District Court of the Southern District of Florida.
The court order states that Wright must produce a list of his public Bitcoin addresses as of December the 31st 2013. The motion is the latest document involved in the case against Wright filed by David Kleiman. Over a year ago, Kleiman slapped Wright with a lawsuit, suing the controversial cryptocurrency character for over $10 billion. The case is based on Kleiman’s belief that Wright stole over $5 billion in Bitcoin tokens.
The court document outlines the case, stating the requests from Wright. The order highlights that Wright declared that it would be “unduly burdensome” to provide the list of Bitcoin addresses since December 2013, but the court’s response is that this has no concluding evidence. Owing to this, the Floridian court has ordered Wright to provide the list of addresses since December 2013, as well as records proving the transfer of Bitcoin to the blind trust in 2011:
“On or before May 15, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. Eastern time, Dr. Wright shall produce all transactional records of the blind trust, including but not limited to any records reflecting the transfer of bitcoin into the blind trust in or about 2011. The production shall be accompanied by a sworn declaration of authenticity.”