He's "not sure what happened."
On Tuesday, Ms. Jiau's lawyers went through a list of at least five individuals, asking whether they had shared similar information with Mr. Freeman, including an analyst nicknamed "cha-ching" after the sound a cash register makes.
Mr. Freeman also testified that he paid a large bill of a "couple thousand dollars" at a "karaoke bar" in Taiwan for another source of insider information, but, in response to a question from Ms. Jiau's lawyers, denied he paid for prostitutes for the source. "I picked up a large bill and I'm not sure what happened," Mr. Freeman said. He said the discussions were "in Chinese" and that the source left the bar with a woman.
As he did earlier in his testimony, Mr. Freeman again testified about his drug use, in particular a bad experience with hallucinogenic mushrooms in San Francisco. Mr. Freeman, who had previously testified to smoking marijuana for about a decade prior to quitting in 2009, said he took hallucinogenic mushrooms once while on a business trip.