YouTuber Tom Nash has become the latest person to be served an FTX lawsuit through Twitter after a court granted permission for it to be served electronically.
The crypto exchange engaged in major marketing campaigns and signed a number of agreements with well-known crypto influencers. Now, following the exchange’s collapse last year, those deals are coming back to haunt some influencers.
Tom Nash Served Lawsuit Through Twitter
- Publishing the lawsuit on the firm’s website
- By tagging Nash on Twitter
- And, by his personal email address
Nash was one of 10 defendants in the lawsuit against crypto influencers, including Ben Armstrong (BitBoy Crypto) and Brian Jung. The lawsuit alleges the influencers of promoting FTX without disclosures.
Armstrong invited more trouble for himself by mocking the judicial system. After filing the lawsuit, attorney Adam Moskowitz alleged that Armstrong harassed him with endless phone calls, tweets, emails, and threatening social media posts.
Armstrong was supposed to make a court appearance regarding the harassment allegations, but instead posted a shirtless picture on Twitter with the caption, “I am supposed to be in court today. I’m not. Why? Because I don’t give AF.”
This Superstar Had Lawsuit Home Delivered
Shaquille O’Neal was a part of another $11 billion lawsuit filed by the Moskowitz law firm in November. The law firm claimed that O’Neal was avoiding from them for three months, not allowing the firm to serve him with the lawsuit.
The Moskowitz Law Firm is representing Oklahoma resident Edwin Garrison in both the cases against the crypto influencers and the other November lawsuit against celebrities such as O’Neal, football quarterback Tom Brady, and supermodel Gisele Bündchen.
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