Logan Paul and CryptoZoo sued at school motion lawsuit


CryptoZoo and Logan Paul have been named as defendants in a newly filed class-action lawsuit, which alleges they stole thousands and thousands of {dollars} value of purchaser’s cryptocurrency by way of a “fraudulent enterprise.”

In a court docket submitting on Feb. 2 within the District Court docket of the Western District of Texas, plaintiff Don Holland alleged that Paul and executives at CryptoZoo “executed a ‘rug pull'” by promising purchasers of the nonfungible tokens (NFTs) unique entry to crypto property amongst different advantages however in the end deserted the challenge and saved the funds.

“As a part of Defendants’ NFT scheme, Defendants marketed CZ NFTs to purchasers by falsely claiming that, in change for transferring cryptocurrency to buy the CZ NFT, purchasers would later obtain advantages, together with, amongst different issues, rewards, unique entry to different cryptocurrency property, and the help of a web based ecosystem to make use of and market CZ NFTs,” it wrote.

“In actuality, quickly after finishing the sale of all their CZ NFTs, Defendants, along with others […] transferred thousands and thousands of {dollars}’ value of purchasers’ cryptocurrency to, amongst different locations, wallets managed by Defendants,” it alleged.

The lawsuit was submitted by attorneys from Ellzey & Associates and Lawyer Tom and Associates, the latter of which is the legislation agency run by YouTube persona Lawyer Tom.

In a YouTube video on Jan. 16, Lawyer Tom instructed viewers that they’re suing Logan Paul for the alleged crypto rip-off after “weeks of investigation and talking to a lot of Crypto Zoo victims.”

Different defendants named within the go well with embrace Danielle Strobel, Jeff Levin, Eddie Ibanez, Jake Greenbaum (Crypto King), and Ophir Bentov (Ben Roth), in line with Lawyer Tom.

It is a growing story and extra info might be added because it turns into accessible.