Shaquille O’Neal Served FTX Suit at NBA Game, Plaintiff Firm Says

Shaquille O’Neal was served a lawsuit by FTX crypto-exchange users at the Miami Heat game Tuesday night after their multiple previous attempts failed, according to the plaintiffs’ law firm.

Investors who bought crypto assets through FTX are accusing the former Los Angeles Lakers star, along with other celebrities like Tom Brady and Stephen Curry, of defrauding them by promoting the now-bankrupt crypto company.

O’Neal was at the Heat vs. Celtics playoff game Tuesday while broadcasting for TNT, according to the Moskowitz Law Firm, which represents FTX users. “The process server filmed the event to ensure there was no ambiguity like Shaq has been arguing in the FTX case,” the law firm said in a statement Wednesday.

O’Neal had the process server kicked out of the arena after he was served, the firm said.

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