Armstrong allegedly made 21 calls to the attorney’s office within a 45-minute period from an anonymous number and left a voicemail warning Adam Moskowitz, one of the attorneys leading the class action lawsuit, that “we’re going to have First Amendment protesters around your house 24/7 day and night.”
According to the filing, Armstrong also sent profanity-laced emails to Moskowitz in addition to a message warning the attorney he was “choosing war with an anonymous community while you yourself are not.”
The message continued, “Only a couple of bitcoins get you and your family shot. Please be careful. These people are dangerous and you have provoked them” – which prompted Moskowitz to report Armstrong’s behavior to the judge overseeing the class action lawsuit.
After the lawsuit was filed last week, Armstrong sent a series of tweets about Moskowitz that were included in the court filings.
“There is only one person who better is careful and it’s Adam Moskowitz,” Armstrong’s tweet continued. “I’ve already told him privately. YOU DO NOT GET TO MAKE LIES UP. You will be held accountable.”
Armstrong added in another tweet, “Countersuit coming. The lawyers on this case can’t possibly be more stupid. I’ve never had contact with anyone at FTX and never even had a reflink. Show me you are dumb without telling me you are dumb. I’m going to roast these Low IQ plebs and their lawyers”.
Moskowitz’s law firm is involved with a separate class action lawsuit involving FTX promoters, including Tom Brady, Gisele Bündchen, Shaquille O’Neal, Steph Curry, and other sports stars and celebrities
Leave a Reply