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Rob Gronkowski has been issued a subpoena for the course-motion lawsuit towards Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and the franchise for the advertising of cryptocurrency brokerage Voyager Electronic, according to court docket paperwork attained by The Athletic.
The NFL veteran is a manufacturer ambassador for the now-bankrupt corporation. At the time of publication, Gronkowski has not been outlined as a defendant in the case. Even so, the plaintiffs’ legal professional, Adam Moskowitz, reported in a assertion to the outlet, “He is not a named defendant yet, but the court gave us right up until Feb. 24 to file an amended complaint towards Voyager (these as adding defendants, promises and plaintiffs), we know he was a ‘Brand Ambassador’ for Voyager who ‘promoted’ the unsecured securities (the ‘interest accounts’). We served him with a 3rd-social gathering subpoena, and we have named all of the FTX ‘Brand Ambassadors’ in our pending federal class action.”
The FTX proceedings mentioned refer to a independent course-action lawsuit submitted against Tom Brady, Stephen Curry, Naomi Osaka, Larry David, Shohei Ohtani and Shaquille O’Neal, to name a couple of notable figures. That lawsuit claims these persons, among the many others, “either controlled, promoted, assisted in, and actively participated” in the alleged plan where by they “aggressively marketed” FTX. The submitting describes the business as “truly a home of playing cards, a Ponzi plan where by the FTX Entities shuffled client funds involving their opaque affiliated entities, utilizing new investor resources attained by investments in the YBAs and financial loans to pay out desire to the aged ones and to endeavor to sustain the physical appearance of liquidity.”
The lawsuit versus the Mavs and Cuban follows a identical thread, calling Voyager Digital “unregulated and unsustainable fraud, similar to other Ponzi schemes” that “specifically goal[s] younger and inexperienced buyers,” according to Forbes.
Voyager stopped withdrawals and trading on July 1, 2022, and filed for Chapter 11 just a number of days later. In accordance to The Athletic, the courtroom ruled Cuban can be deposed up coming month. His involvement allegedly went beyond just the team sponsorship, as he also joined cryptocurrency conferences.