Logan Paul threatened to sue CoffeeZilla over CryptoZoo scam accusations
In a recent video that Logan Paul posted to his YouTube channel, he made threats to sue CoffeeZilla over allegations of CryptoZoo fraud and discussed how his members had duped him. Fights broke out between them after CoffeeZilla (real name: Stephen Findeisen) posted a video on YouTube exposing Logan’s Paul fraud, in which thousands of individuals lost a total of $70 million.
Paul was betrayed by his friends
As part of his opening speech, Paul accused CoffeZilla of investigating CryptoZoo out of an interest in riding on Paul’s fame. He continued by saying that by chasing them out, Stephen had put himself in danger. Paul later criticized CoffeeZilla’s reliability, claiming that his posts had devolved into “mere gossip buried in facts.” Paul showed that these claims were true by pointing out major flaws in Stephen’s investigation, such as the fact that he didn’t mention the criminal history of the developer, Zach Kelling, who stole the game code, ran away to Switzerland, and asked for $1,000,000 to give the code back.
Paul also placed blame on Lead Dev Eddie Ibanez, whom he had previously placed faith to thoroughly vet all individuals involved in the project, for the appointment of Kelling. Later on, though, he learned that Ibanez was actually a master con artist who made a fortune by fooling multimillionaires. In addition, he maintained his argument against those who say CryptoZoo is underdeveloped and lacks basic features, such as the ability to hatch NFT eggs. Similarly, Logan Paul casts doubt on Findeisen’s work by relating a conversation CoffeeZilla had with his management. On the other hand, Logan Paul spent the entire video laying blame at the feet of others and trying to put the onus of responsibility on his own team.
Logan Paul threatens to sue CoffeeZilla
Paul has denied claims that CryptoZoo is just a money grab with no intention of completing the project. There is still no indication of when this project will be released. Paul concluded that everything important to him and his community had been taken from them. CoffeeZilla allegedly uploaded the disparaging text in an effort to increase pageviews, despite the fact that he claims to have stopped all project advertising in order to evaluate its scope. Findeisen refuted the allegations by saying Paul did not apologize to the project’s victims or accept responsibility for what had happened. He promised a more thorough reply after some reflection.