Logan Paul claims that those he trusted stabbed him in the back, and he plans to sue Coffeezilla for their unethical and careless reporting. Logan Paul, a YouTuber, replied to Stephen Findeisen, nicknamed Coffeezilla after the latter was accused of defrauding CryptoZoo investors.
Paul said in his opening remarks that Coffeezilla’s inquiries into CryptoZoo were driven by a desire to capitalize on his notoriety. In pursuing influence, he continued, Findeisen had exposed himself to “quite severe ramifications.” Paul then criticized Findeisen’s reliability by claiming that his writing has devolved into unfounded rumors.
Coffeezilla And Logan Paul Can Land Up In Court
In support of these assertions, Paul drew attention to “fundamental anomalies” in Findeisen’s inquiries, such as the inability to address the criminal record of the developer named Zach Kelling, who “stole the game code,” fled to Switzerland, and then sought $1,000,000 to have it returned.
Paul attributed Kelling’s hiring to Lead Dev Eddie Ibanez, whom he had faith would thoroughly screen everyone involved in the project. The owner of the New York Yankees, the Morman Church, and now me had all been duped by Ibanez, he later learned.
By claiming that recorded discussions with Findeisen’s manager, Jeff Levin, were made without his consent and subsequently shared online, the social media star raised more questions about Findeisen’s methods. Paul stated the project is being worked on, but no timetable was provided for final deployment, refuting claims that it was a cash grab with no intention to provide a finished product.
Paul said that failing to immediately address the problems and communicate in a timely way justifies legal action.
Findeisen responded by claiming that Paul did not express regret to the victims or accept responsibility for what happened. He continued by saying that he will respond in further detail after some reflection.