Monday, March 13, 2023

Shaquille O'Neal Accused of Evading Process Servers

Retired NBA player Shaquille O'Neal accused of evading process servers for failed crypto currency exchange...

Beloved Basketball Hall of Famer and TV personality, Shaquille O'Neal, is accused of allegedly hiding inside his home to avoid being served amid a class-action lawsuit against FTX endorsers.
O'Neal is one of several high-profile celebrities, including Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen and Steph Curry, listed as defendants in a class-action lawsuit.
The suit was filed last November by FTX retail investor Edwin Garrison, who claims he opened an account with the now-bankrupt crypto exchange after 'being exposed to' celebrity endorsements and their alleged 'misrepresentations and omissions.'
According to Garrison's lawyers, all of the defendants except O'Neal have been served, as the NBA legend has been allegedly hiding in his Texas home as processers arrive on his premises.
'We have spent great efforts (4 different service companies) trying to get you all served with our Complaint,' Garrison's lawyers David Boies and Adam Moskowitz wrote in an email to defendants Tuesday, per Forbes.
'The irony is that the admitted facts against him are probably the worst against any of the FTX Brand Ambassadors.'
The email sent to FTX defendants says Garrison's lawyers have reached out to O'Neal's last known litigation counsel to no avail. Boies and Moskowitz allege the seven-foot-one man is 'actively evading service, refusing to answer his home door when approached by our process servers.'
Moskowitz also accused O'Neal of being deceitful in a commercial, so he could earn 'millions of dollars' resultantly.
O'Neal hosted a Super Bowl Party at Shaq's Fun House in partnership with FTX in February 2022, ahead of Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.
FTX was a high-profile cryptocurrency exchange that made major inroads with investors, thanks to celebrity endorsements. On November 11, it filed for bankruptcy.


Anonymous said...

Isn’t that what you’re supposed to do?

Anonymous said...

Welp! Pay the Piper dude.....

Anonymous said...

Simps and dummies if you lost money in another fake get rich scam by the Yt man.

Anonymous said...

ALL Money Ain't Good Money.


Don't serve the celebrities, serve they people that committed the fraud. It seems they're using the celebrity names for attention to the matter and click bait.

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