NFL star Tom Brady’s former teammate Rob Gronkowski involves in crypto lawsuit thrown at Dallas Mavericks following Voyager case subpoena

Rob Gronkowski, the ex-New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end, has become embroiled in the ongoing lawsuit involving Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and cryptocurrency brokerage Voyager Digital. Cuban has been sued last August for allegedly using his influence to promote Voyager, a company that went bankrupt and defrauding investors.

Gronkowski served as a brand ambassador for Voyager Digital in 2021 and has now been subpoenaed by the plaintiffs of the classaction lawsuit. However, he has not been named as a defendant yet, though the lawyer of the plaintiffs Adam Moskowitz noted thatVoyager brand ambassadors from the NFL, NASCAR can be addedeven near trial.

The lawsuit includes Cuban and Voyagers CEO Stephen Ehrlich, who is accused of making false and incorrect statements about the company in order to attract investors. The plaintiffs also claim that Cuban, as a major shareholder, was aware of the companys financial condition and made a profit from the sale of his shares.

When asked if the retired tight end would be a defendant in the case, Moskowitz explained to The Athletic that, as of yet, he is not a named defendant. However, the court has granted them until February 24th to file an amended complaint against Voyager. Moskowitz also noted that Gronkowski was aBrand Ambassador for Voyager and had promoted their unsecured securities. To that end, they have served him with a thirdparty subpoena and have named all of the FTXBrand Ambassadors in their pending federal class action. Drew Rosenhaus, the agent of Gronkowski, declined to make any statement when asked.

The classaction lawsuit against Cuban and Voyager Digital is yet unresolved and could potentially involve Rob Gronkowski if he is named as a defendant. The plaintiffs are seeking compensation for their losses, as well as punitive damages against both Voyager and Cuban.



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