Hackers on Sunday changed the name of his Twitter account to "Martin The God." They then sent out a series of tweets, including one that said: "Anyone want free money? Willing to donate hundreds of thousands to charities before I go to prison," and asking people to re-tweet a message for a chance to win the one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album that he notoriously paid $2 million for.
Shkreli told the Journal his email and cellphone accounts also were hacked.
On Friday, Turing, which he founded after being ousted by Retrophin, replaced him as CEO.
On Monday morning, the drug firm KaloBios Pharmaceuticals, which Shkreli recently purchased a majority stake in, said that he had been fired as CEO on Thursday, the day of his arrest, and that he also had resigned from its board.
The University of California at Davis and Moffitt Cancer Center in Florida on Saturday said they were suspending a clinical trial, sponsored by KaloBios, of the leukemia drug KB003 due to Shkreli's criminal case.
Read The Wall Street Journal report here.