It's easy to say that Tom Brady's personal life hasn't had the best year, even though his stint with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will last for at least one more game
Brady's crypto investments suffered a significant setback with the collapse of FTX, which he and his ex-wife Gisele Bündchen extensively invested in last year
Brady was involved in a lawsuit that claims FTX is a Ponzi scheme and accuses Brady and Gisele of "funnelling investors into the FTX Ponzi scheme,
and promoting and substantially assisting in the sale of the (accounts), which are unregistered securities." Brady not only invested in and promoted FTX, which declared bankruptcy in late 2022.
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Brady's mysterious disappearance from training camp appeared to occur at the same time as FTX's initial collapse, which led some to wonder if the two events were connected.
According to bankruptcy court records submitted on Monday, Brady holds 1.1 million common shares of FTX while Bundchen owns 686,000, according to CNN Business.
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It's uncertain how much money they paid for those shares, but it's quite doubtful they'll ever get anything in return.
The necessity to recover those lost investments might provide Brady with the extra motivation he needs to continue playing football.