Facebook fugitive reveals he’s alive but claims he’s ‘fleeing plot to kill him’
THE self-styled co-founder of Facebook has revealed after going missing over a year ago with his family he is alive but on the run from a plan to kill him.
Paul Ceglia disappeared while he was being held on house arrest in March 2015.
However, according to Bloomberg, he sent a series of emails which confirmed the 43-year-old along with his wife, Iasia, their two teen sons and dog Buddy are now living abroad.
He wrote to the site: “I felt I had no one in government I could trust.
“An opportunity presented itself, so I MacGyver’d some things together and started running for my life.’”
Ceglia added he is on the run because there is a plot to kill him, which is a result of a fraud trial he is facing.
He claimed back in 2010 he owned 84 per cent of Facebook, which was a result of an alleged 2003 contract with Mark Zuckerberg.
However in 2012 he was charged with altering documents to back up his claim.
The reason for his life being in danger is the fraud trial could reveal the CIA’s involvement in Facebook through its venture capital arm – Q-Tel.
Ceglia said he was “living on the air in Cincinnati’ which is a line from the theme tune of TV show “WKRP in Cincinnati.”
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When cops went into his family home in Wellsville, New York, last year, the ankle bracelet he was supposed to be wearing was attached to a machine which made it appear he was walking around inside.
He said the reason he left was because he had a “credible threat” he would be arrested on new charges and possibly killed.
Ceglia bases his claim of part ownership of Facebook because he hired Zuckerberg in 2003, to write code for his website Streetfax.com.
He alleges the access to his sites search engine it became involved in an early version of the social media site.
However Zuckerberg says his idea for Facebook was after they parted company.