Investigators are digging deeper to see who else might have been involved in the money scam that landed Bernie Madoff in jail.
Madoff pleaded guilty, Thursday, to heading up a $64 billion investment scheme.
The judge denied Madoff's bail and is now seizing his luxury properties in Palm Beach, Fla., Long Island, N.Y., and France.
The money will go to help pay back the billions of dollars Madoff's victims lost.
Investigators are now looking into his wife and longtime bookkeeper Ruth, as well as two sons and a brother.
Angry victims are convinced Madoff couldn't have pulled-off the scheme without help.
"He's an evil man. He didn't do it to just us. He did it to charities; he did it to pension funds. We were going to move into a retirement community, an active one and go on many trips, and we had to cancel everything, and now we don't know what we're going to do, " Cynthia Friedman a Madoff victim said.
Madoff will reman in a Manhattan jail until his sentencing in June.