A Forfeiture Notice has been added to Kristijan Krstic’s Ponzi empire indictment.

The addition was made through a second superseding indictment, filed on December 28th.

As per the Forfeiture Notice, if convicted, Kristijan Krstic (right) and fellow defendants will have to give up

  • a four-room apartment with garage spaces in Belgrade, Serbia;
  • two family residential buildings in Nis, Serbia;
  • a three-room apartment in Nis, Serbia;
  • office space in Nis, Serbia;
  • a three-bedroom apartment in Nis, Serbia;
  • a two-story house with patio and pool in Praia da Luz, Portugal;
  • a Rolex watch;
  • an Oceanaut watch;
  • a Louis Vuitton watch;
  • four Hublot watches;
  • two Audemars Piguet Royal Oak watches;
  • three Versace watches;
  • two Anne Klein watches;
  • five Guess watches;
  • a Roberto Cavalli watch;
  • a pair of ZRK earrings;
  • two Just Cavalli watches;
  • a Piaget watch;
  • three Michael Kors watches;
  • a Patek Philippe watch;
  • a Fierro R29 watch;
  • an Armani watch;
  • a LEXR watch;
  • a Ferrari FF;
  • a Mercedes-Benz S-Class 350 BlueTEC;
  • a Porsche Panamera;
  • a Land Rover Evoque;
  • a Land Rover Range Rover Sport; and
  • €31,100 EUR in seized cash.

According to the Superseding Indictment, the Grandy Jury has found “probable cause” to believe the items detailed above are “derived from proceeds traceable” to Krstic’s Ponzi empire.

Krstic was facing extradition from Serbia to the US. Pending a decision on his extradition, back in July Serbian authorities released Krstic to house arrest.

Krstic and his wife promptly fled and haven’t been seen since.

The DOJ has not addressed Krstic’s disappearance in court filings.