And while Grintsvayg is scheduled to sit for a deposition, he did not in fact plan to “eat a plate of garlic for breakfast, then do some crossfit and not shower,” as the tweet indicated, Kauffman said.
Grintsvayg had asked the company’s lawyers about engaging in olfactory aggression, but they did not advise him to do so, Kauffman said, without specifying the lawyers involved.
An attorney at Perkins Coie, which represents LBRY, said on Wednesday that they did not instruct their client to take the actions described in the tweet.
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