Shaquille O’Neal Served In FTX Lawsuit For A Second Time
- Shaquille O’Neal has been served in Miami by a law firm representing FTX creditors.
- The NBA legend was served for a second time while he was attending a basketball game.
- Shaq was previously served by the same lawsuit, but he disputed the manner in which he was served.
- O’Neal has been accused of evading multiple attempts by process servers to serve the summons.
NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal has been served in the class action lawsuit against FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, again. The law firm representing thousands of customers that were defrauded by the Bahamas-based bankrupt crypto exchange, recently revealed that it had managed to serve the basketball Hall of Famer for a second in Miami.
Shaq Was Served At Stadium Formerly Known As FTX Arena
According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Shaquille O’Neal was served earlier this week during Game 4 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals held at Kaseya Center in Miami, which was formerly known as FTX Arena. O’Neal was commentating on the match between the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics when he was served by the process servers of the Moskowitz Law Firm that represents thousands of the bankrupt crypto exchange’s stranded customers.
It seems absurd to have to go to such great lengths to serve Mr. O’Neal. I hope we can just get to the merits of the case.”
According to the Moskowitz Law Firm’s Adam Moskowitz, the process servers were instructed to serve O’Neal again for the FTX lawsuit, to ensure that any allegations of improper serving do not hold up the court proceedings in the future. Last month the process servers tossed the legal documents into Shaq’s moving car in Atlanta, Georgia. However, his lawyers attempted to get the lawsuit dismissed on the grounds that the process servers served him improperly by throwing the summons into his vehicle.
The judge overseeing the case against FTX and its disgraced founder denied Shaq’s motion to have the case dismissed. Shaq previously defended himself by claiming that he never believed in crypto. “A lot of people think I’m involved, but I was just a paid spokesperson for a commercial,” the NBA star stated at the time.
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