Martin Shkreli Gets Permission To Travel Outside Of NY To Go To Trump Inauguration

Martin Shkreli, former chief executive officer of Turing Pharmaceuticals LLC, reacts during a House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing on prescription drug prices in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. Shkreli, who is no longer with Turing and faces federal fraud charges unrelated to the drugmaker, declined to make any comments to the committee. "On the advice of counsel, I invoke my Fifth Amendment," Shkreli said. Photographer: Pete Marovich/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Martin Shkreli is headed to Washington, DC for President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, according to the New York Post.

Shkreli received permission on Wednesday from a federal judge to travel outside of New York while free on $5 million bail.

The travel is for ‘speaking engagements’ and a ‘social engagement’ in Washington, D.C., at the time of the inauguration.

The 33-year-old was arrested in 2015 on securities fraud charges, Shkreli’s bail conditions limited his travel to the confines of New York City, several counties north of the city, and Long Island.

Prosecutors didn’t object to Shkreli’s travel plans, the filing says.

Shkreli first gained notoriety in 2015, when his drug company raised the price of an outdated drug, Daraprim, by more than 5000% in order to fund further research and development.