(Bloomberg) Bernard Madoff’s former accountant pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges he helped the convicted con man carry out a Ponzi scheme.

Paul Konigsberg, 77, entered his plea today before U.S. Magistrate Debra Freeman, who allowed him to be freed on $2 million bail. He was arrested this morning by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in New York, said Peter Donald, an FBI spokesman.

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