Law Firm Tweet Shames Shaq Into Getting Served for FTX Lawsuit


Multiple reports indicate that Shaquille O’Neal, a former NBA superstar, has finally been served after being hunted for weeks, at least according to the Moskowitz Law Firm. Shaq was one of a handful of celebrities that got caught up in the promotion of FTX – the collapsed crypto exchange that is now the target of fraud and criminal lawsuits.


Moskowitz Tweeted that Shaq has been “running” from them for three months. Meanwhile, all other celebrity promoters (like Tom Brady) have already been served as part of the legal complaint.

Moskowitz is pursuing a class action lawsuit against all of the influencers that touted FTX. The law firm claims that it represents “thousands” of victims hit by the collapse of the FTX crypto exchange.

Yesterday, Moskowitz acknowledged they finally caught up with the basketball star, Tweeting:

UPDATE: Plaintiffs in the billion $ FTX class action case just 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.

Moskowitz estimates that “class damages” may add up to over $5 billion. The law firm states that “Sam Bankman-Fried, 30, and the celebrities he recruited to endorse FTX are responsible for around $11 billion of losses to American consumers.”


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