Shaquille O'Neal, NBA Hall of Fame center, is the latest celebrity involved in the enormous FTX cryptocurrency fraud.
The Moskowitz Law Firm said Monday that Shaq was served in the class action case.
The billion-dollar FTX class action plaintiffs served @SHAQ outside his house. "His home video cameras recorded our service and we made it very clear that he is not to destroy or erase any of these security tapes, because they must be preserved for our lawsuit," the law firm tweeted.
Edwin Garrison, FTX retail investor, is suing O’Neal, Brady, and Bündchen. Garrison claims his crypto account "went bankrupt after the celebrities came out to endorse the crypto company," according to Fox News.
Moskowitz Law Firm claims Shaq avoided being served papers many times.
“@SHAQ Thousands of FTX victims lost their savings. "We have been standing outside your TNT studios in Atlanta all week, but your security guards will not let us in, to just hand deliver our legal complaint," the firm tweeted.
“You have been avoiding us for months, and all other FTX celebrities have accepted their complaints. Please allow our process servers to submit our legal lawsuit tomorrow so you can defend your actions.”