'See You in Court': Logan Paul Threatens to Sue YouTuber Coffeezilla Over CryptoZoo Scam Allegations

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YouTuber Logan Paul is no stranger to cryptography — or controversy. In a video posted on Tuesday, he vehemently denied majority of YouTuber claims coffeezilla made against its crypto game project, CryptoZoo, and said it intends to sue Coffeezilla, whose real name is Stephen Findeisen, for defamation.

CryptoZoo is an online game on the Binance Smart Chain launched in 2021, where users buy “eggs” that hatch into hybrid animals. According to a company blog publishthe animals could generate passive income to holders in the form of the ZOO token.

Paul previously said in August 2021 episode from his podcast that CryptoZoo is “a really fun game that makes you money”. But that vision was not exactly realized.

The ZOO token has plummeted by around 89% in the past year, according to PancakeSwap Dice. And Findeisen has spoken to more than six different people who claim to have lost thousands each of their CryptoZoo purchases. In total, only six of the individuals claim to have collectively lost nearly $600,000.

The CryptoZoo blog he has not published a new post since April 2022, and neither his Instagram nor Twitter page has posted any new content since May 2022. This lack of activity could be interpreted as abandonment.

The CryptoZoo Twitter account, however, suddenly retweeted Paul’s Coffeezilla response video on Tuesday — and Paul insists that CryptoZoo is not dead yet.

“CryptoZoo is coming. I’ll make sure of it,” Paul said in his video.

Paul denied misleading his fan base through CryptoZoo and called Findeisen’s three-part series on the project “deeply unethical, dangerously misleading and illegal”.

“You led the charge to drive and monetize a narrative by telling millions of people that I am a fraud or that I tried to mislead my audience,” Paul said. “This is patently false.”

Paul claimed that Findeisen actually knows that Paul is innocent, but he was “distorting” the facts and published the videos anyway. Paul argued that Findeisen “published a defamatory article knowing I was innocent”.

Lawyer and Adjunct Professor of Law Andre Rossow said decrypt that because Paul is a public figure, he would need to prove “real malice” or that Findeisen published the videos with a “reckless disregard for the truth” for a court to take Paul’s case seriously.

“I think the biggest question that remains unanswered to date, which is at the heart of a possible defamation claim, is whether or not Paul’s ‘CryptoZoo’ was actually a ‘scam’ – one that Paul intentionally created for the purpose of intentionally misleading and fraudulent investors,” said Rossow.

When it comes to whether Findeisen can be held accountable in court, Rossow said more information is needed about all the steps Findeisen took to “get the truth” out of Paul.

While Paul may have plans to take legal action, he doesn’t disagree. all in the Coffeezilla series. Paul agreed with Findeisen’s assessment of the former CryptoZoo employee Eddie Ibanezclaiming that Ibanez is a “professional con artist”.

Paul said that Ibanez, previously listed on CryptoZoo’s website as his “scientist”, is currently “under investigation by a higher authority that I cannot speak to”.

Paul also took issue with Findeisen’s interview with former CryptoZoo engineer Zach Kelling, who told Findeisen he had a team of 30 engineers working on the project for $50,000 a week but was never paid. Paul said that Kelling only had three engineers.

“I had everything stolen from me and our community,” Paul said of the CryptoZoo fiasco, claiming that he and his manager Jeffrey Levin only lost money on CryptoZoo.

Paul also claims that Findeisen’s published telephone interview with Levin was “illegal” and makes Findeisen “like an Internet criminal” because he was not given permission to release the call.

Neither Paul nor Levin responded to decryptcomment requests.

But Paul spent some time addressing the controversy on the latest episode of his Impaulsive podcast on Wednesday.

“The guy is good,” Paul said of the Coffeezilla CryptoZoo videos. “He’s a really good storyteller and he’s very, very manipulative.”

Regardless, Paul intends to pursue legal action against Findeisen over the trio of Coffeezilla YouTube videos.

“I suggest you use the money you’ve earned from your Patreon to hire a good lawyer – you’re going to need one,” Paul said in his response video on Tuesday. “See you in court.”

In a message to decryptFindeisen said he has yet to receive any legal action from Paul’s team.

“The fact that Logan is suing me instead of the criminals and crooks he hired says it all,” Findeisen said. decrypt via direct message. “He took zero responsibility. Zero apologies. He just wants to save his own reputation instead of cleaning up the mess he and his team created.”

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