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‘YouTube Stars’ who ‘promoted FTX crypto fraud without disclosing compensation’ sued for $1B by ‘victims’

A $1 billion class action complaint alleging conspiracy to commit fraud has been filed by residents of Australia, Canada, England, and USA against ten "FTX Influencers" who allegedly promoted the Bahamas-based crypto scam to their millions of "followers" and "subscribers" on YouTube and other social media without disclosing they were paid to do so, namely Kevin Paffrath, Graham Stephan, Andrei Jikh, Jaspreet Singh, Brian Jung, Jeremy Lefebvre, Tom Nash, Ben Armstrong, Erika Kullberg, and Creators Agency.

Edwin Garrison et al v. Kevin Paffrath et al: Class Action Complaint (‘$1B Crypto Fraud by FTX Influencers’)

Class Action Complaint alleging crypto promotional fraud by "FTX Influencers", most of whom were described as 'YouTube stars', in Edwin Garrison, of Oklahoma; Gregg Podalsky, of Florida; Skyler Lindeen, of Florida; Alexander Chernyavsky, of Florida; Sunil Kavuri, of the United Kingdom; Gary Gallant, of Canada, and David Nicol, of Australia v. Kevin Paffrath, Graham Stephan, Andrei Jikh, Jaspreet Singh, Brian Jung, Jeremy Lefebvre, Tom Nash, of Australia; Ben Armstrong, Erika Kullberg, and Creators Agency LLC, described as a Delaware-domiciled, Japan-based "talent management firm and digital ad network which promoted FTX", at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.