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Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes was sentenced to more than 11 years in prison — here's what we know about her partner, Billy Evans, who was a fixture of her months-long trial
- Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of infamous blood-testing startup Theranos, was sentenced to more than 11 years in prison last week.
- The development follows Holmes' four-month trial last year. She was joined by her partner, William "Billy" Evans, in court everyday.
- The couple share a child and have another on the way, and Evans was central to one of Holmes' last-ditch efforts to avoid prison time. Here's what we know about him, including how he met Holmes and his initial hesitation about dating her.
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More than four years after charges were brought against her for defrauding investors and patients at her blood-testing startup, Elizabeth Holmes has been sentenced to more than a decade in prison.
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In federal court last week, the Theranos founder was sentenced to 11 years and 3 months in prison with three years of supervised release. She will report to prison on April 27, 2023. This follows a four-month trial in which Holmes was convicted in January on three counts of wire fraud and one count of conspiracy.
Throughout the trial, crowds of paparazzi, curious spectators, and even fans of Holmes gathered outside the San Jose courthouse to watch her arrive at court. During this time, these onlookers also saw a lesser-known figure by Holmes' side everyday: William "Billy" Evans.
Evans, heir to chain of hotels in California, is Holmes' partner, with whom she shares one child born last year and another on the way.
Not much is known about their relationship, but Holmes' trial has recently revealed more information about the couple, including the story of how they met, and Evans' initial hesitation about a relationship with Holmes.
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Here's everything we know so far about Billy Evans, Elizabeth Holmes' partner:
William "Billy" Evans grew up near San Diego, California. He's one of three children born to his parents, Susan and William L. Evans.
The Evans family has lived in the San Diego area for generations. Billy Evans' grandparents, Anne and William D. Evans, founded a hotel management group in 1953 called Evans Hotels. The group manages three properties in the San Diego area.
After William D. Evans died in 1984, his widow, Anne, added two of her children to the Evans Hotels management team, including William L. Evans, who is Billy Evans' father.
While at MIT, Evans studied abroad in China on a full scholarship, his LinkedIn says. He studied Chinese language and literature at Fudan University in Shanghai.
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After graduating from MIT, Evans reportedly tried to launch a healthcare startup for transporting wealthy Chinese people to the US for "concierge medical attention." Although he studied Chinese in college, Evans wasn't fluent in the language, and the idea never took off.
Source: New York Post
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After that startup idea failed, Evans worked at LinkedIn as a strategy and analytics leadership program analyst. He worked there until February 2017.
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Evans then moved to Luminar Technologies, a startup working on radar and sensor technology for autonomous cars. His LinkedIn says he was a manager of special projects, but employees told the Post he was fond of "wandering around with absolute purpose, but no one knew what that purpose was."
Source: LinkedIn, New York Post
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Evans was reportedly close with Luminar's CEO, Austin Russell. He acted as Russell's "secret police" who would "strut around the office and tell people what to do," the New York Post reports.
Evans is 30 years old — eight years younger than the 38-year-old Holmes.
Evans opened his letter recalling how he and Holmes met, at a Fleet Week charity event hosted by a friend in the fall of 2017.
Evans wrote that he was going to thank the host before leaving, when the host introduced him to three people, one of whom was Holmes.
"The two of us immediately connected," Evans wrote. "We walked away from the others, and it was as if the rest of the world ceased to exist."
He said Holmes wore a sunhat and oversized glasses to try to "stay under the radar" and he didn't initially recognize her as they spoke.
"It was strange to feel so comfortable and willing to share with someone who I didn't know. I was captivated by her childish wonder and authenticity," he added. "We spoke for hours, I lost track of time, and even if I didn't know it…. I fell in love. She pulled out her business card, scribbled her personal cell on the back and then it clicked who she was."
Evans said they remained "just friends" for six months, writing, "I was admittedly hesitant to dive in given all that had been said, Liz had been consistently vilified in every piece of media imaginable."
"The more I got to know her the more I loved who she was," he added. "It was not long before the friendship turned into something more."
Evans' letter also confirmed speculation that the pair are expecting another child, as he talked about her swimming the Golden Gate Bridge earlier this year while pregnant. He also shared other details about their personal lives in the letter.
Evans wrote that the couple's husky, Balto, was taken from their front porch by a mountain lion and killed. His letter, and several others in the filing, also noted Holmes is a volunteer for a sexual assault crisis helpline, and Evans said she was recently "working on draft state legislation to help ensure victims of sexual violence and rape will be granted their survivors rights and receive the care they need." Holmes had testified during her trial that she was raped in her sophomore year at Stanford and separately alleged that she was emotionally and sexually abused by Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani, her ex-boyfriend and former right-hand man at Theranos.
Evans said he and Holmes don't have privacy because of the trial and have moved multiple times after their home address was revealed. He added that their son has been "avoided by other families not wanting to expose their children to my family."
"This will follow us for the rest of our lives," he wrote. "There is no avoiding the scorn that accompanies Elizabeth Holmes."
The two were first spotted in public together in August 2018 at Burning Man, the arts festival in the Nevada desert, just days before Theranos fully shut down.
As recently as 2019, Holmes and Evans lived in a $5,395-a-month apartment in San Francisco, according to CNBC. The unit was located in the Russian Hill neighborhood near Lombard Street, the iconic crooked street and well-known tourist attraction.
Source: CNBC, Business Insider
Vanity Fair reported in February 2019 that Holmes and Evans had gotten engaged.
That June, Vanity Fair reported that Holmes and Evans had tied the knot in a secretive wedding ceremony.
Evans' parents were reportedly "flabbergasted" at their son's decision to marry Holmes, the Post reports.
Since then, Evans has been a fixture in Holmes' trial, accompanying her to court daily and even forming the crux of one of her Hail Mary attempts to avoid prison.
After Holmes was convicted in January, she made several attempts to avoid prison time.
As the clock was running out with a scheduled sentencing date fast approaching, she requested a new trial on the grounds that a key government witness visited her home in August expressing regrets that his testimony had helped convict her.
The witness was Adam Rosendorff, who was Theranos' lab director from April 2013 to November 2014. Holmes' motion relied heavily on a recollection of the encounter documented by Evans, who spoke with Rosendorff when he appeared at their home.
In an email to Holmes' attorneys recalling his encounter with Rosendorff, Evans wrote: "He said he feels guilty, it seemed like he was hurting. He said when he was called as a witness he tried to answer the questions honestly but that the prosecutors tried to make everybody look bad (in the company). He said that the government made things sound worse than they were when he was up on the stand during his testimony. He said he felt like he had done something wrong. And that this was weighing on him, He said he was having trouble sleeping."
The judge agreed to postpone Holmes' sentencing to hear Rosendorff out, giving Holmes a small victory, but it backfired on her when Rosendorff stood by his testimony in the hearing, saying, "She needs to pay her debt to society."
Rosendorff explained that he'd felt bad for Holmes because of the possibility that her child, born last year, would grow up without a mother, but he stressed that his testimony was accurate.
Evans' dad, William L. Evans, seen here in a black mask, even made headlines at Holmes' trial one day.
NPR reported in September that a man who identified himself as a "concerned citizen" named Hanson defended Holmes to news reporters at her trial; in actuality, NPR reports, the man was the older Evans.
Following her parents' prison sentence on Monday, Savannah Chrisley said she has been granted custody of her younger brother, Grayson, 16, and niece Chloe, 10.
Todd and Julie Chrisley, who are known to television audiences for their USA Network reality show "Chrisley Knows Best," were sentenced to prison on fraud convictions on Monday.
In a newly released episode of her podcast "Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley" Tuesday, the 25-year-old shared that her younger brother and niece have been placed in her care.
Savannah said that she went into Monday's trial knowing that "I may come home without both of my parents," adding that she told herself: "That's what the chances are. That's the likelihood, and that's my new normal."
She continued: "I come home Tuesday, and I have custody of a 16-year-old and a 10-year-old, and we spend our first Thanksgiving not as a family."
"I've never been away from my family for the holidays," she tearfully continued. "I just ask that you to show up and understand where I'm coming from and have some grace for me and my family and to stop with the negative comments because it hurts." © Provided by INSIDER The Chrisley family stars in "Chrisley Knows Best" and a spin-off of the show. Tommy Garcia/USA Network/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Elsewhere in the episode, Savannah described the way she was feeling as "grieving the loss of parents who are still alive," and said that the family would be filing for an appeal to have the convictions overturned.
Savannah is Todd and Julie's eldest daughter, although they are also parents to a son, Chase, 26. Todd is also father to Lindsie, 33, and Kyle, 31, whom he shares with his ex-wife Teresa Terry. In 2013, the Chrisleys won custody of Kyle's daughter, Chloe, 10.
At their sentencing on Monday, Todd and Julie had their young children at the forefront of their minds. As Insider reporters Azmi Haroun and Haven Orecchio-Egresitz reported, after taking in the verdicts, the couple said they were only thinking of their children and how they'd go on without them in their lives.
Todd choked up when he addressed the court and asked that they give his wife less prison time.
"As I'm sure you can tell, this is an enormously sad day for my family," Todd said. "My wife Julie should not be punished" as much as he would be, he asked.
"I'm most concerned for Chloe and Grayson," Julie said through sobs at the sentencing. "To hear your 10-year-old say she doesn't want to live if their mom goes away, no child should feel that way."
Julie's request to stay in home confinement until Chloe is an adult was ultimately denied by the court.
Todd and Julie Chrisley received a combined 19-year sentence for defrauding banks out of more than $30 million by providing fake financial statements making it look like they were wealthier than they were.
Todd received 12 years in prison and 16 months probation, while Julie received seven years in prison and 16 months probation.
I make the same stuffing every year and it's become a crowd favorite even among the haters in my family .
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