Logan Paul, an American social media influencer and YouTuber, has vowed to file a lawsuit against his fellow YouTuber Steven Findeisen, who recently released a report claiming that Paul’s CryptoZoo NFT game was a big scam.

Logan Paul Vows To Sue Coffeezilla Over Scam Allegations

Late last week, Steven Findeisen, more popularly known as Coffeezilla, released a three-part 60-minute series on his channel explaining how Logan Paul ran his controversial, which he later rug-pulled and disappeared with million in crypto and non-fungible tokens.

In a January 4 short video, Logan Paul strongly refuted Coffeezilla’s scam allegations, threatening to file a lawsuit against the non-fungible token influencer, citing that Coffeezilla’s claims about CryptoZoo were backed by his desire to piggyback on his celebrity status. He explained:

“Like many on this platform, you have successfully used my name for views and money. While your work used to be impartial, your addiction to clicks has clouded your judgment, and you’ve made very real errors with very real repercussions.”

Logan Paul Defends Himself Over Scam Allegations

The social media influencer and NFT investor has defended himself against the recent scam allegations, claiming that Coffeezilla investigations failed to uncover the stake of the developer Zach Kelling who, according to Paul, “stole the game code.”

According to Logan Paul, Kelling committed multiple felonies associated with armed robbery but obstructed the legal process and showed papers, supposedly official documents from the Johnson County Court in Kansas. Kelling demanded $1 million to return the game code.

Nonetheless, Logan Paul has reaffirmed that the CryptoZoo was not a rug-and-pull NFT project without the intention of not delivering the final product. He has noted that the project is being revived, although he failed to give the timeline for its official launch.

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