Attorneys for FTX victims struggle to serve Shaquille O’Neal


According to a recent statement, the Moskowitz law firm has been stationed outside NBA icon Shaquille O’Neal’s studio all week to “hand deliver” their legal complaint without success.

The law firm representing victims of the FTX debacle has made a public appeal to NBA superstar Shaquille O’Neal, requesting that he demonstrate “courtesy and honour” by acknowledging their legal complaint after numerous unsuccessful attempts.

The Moskowitz Law Firm disclosed in a tweet on April 14 that its team has been stationed outside of O’Neal’s TNT studios in Atlanta “all week” to serve him on behalf of FTX investors in relation to his previous endorsement of the defunct cryptocurrency exchange.

It was emphasized that O’Neal is the only one of the “FTX celebrities” (referring to the class action lawsuit filed against Tom Brady, Steph Curry, and Larry David for endorsing FTX) who has not yet been served.

The law firm stated that O’Neal has been “running” from them for three months and should allow their process servers to deliver the legal complaint on his behalf in order to defend his “actions in this matter.”

This is in response to a 7 April court filing stating that numerous attempts to serve O’Neal in various locations were fruitless.

Mr. Shaw, the process server in Texas, received a menacing message after making the “eighth most recent attempt” to serve O’Neal at his Texas residence, according to the court filing.

In addition, it was stated that the plaintiffs believe it is “finally time” to begin contacting O’Neal through alternative means, such as “direct messages to his verified social media accounts.”

U.S. District Judge Kevin Moore is reportedly contemplating removing O’Neal and tennis player Naomi Osaki from the case since it is unclear if the two were served. This news comes after reports on March 9 indicated that Moore was considering doing so.

Moore issued an electronic order requiring FTX customers to provide justification by December for why both stars should be included in the lawsuit.

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