Shaquille O’Neal finally served in FTX lawsuit

FILE - In this Dec. 22, 2016, file photo, retired Hall of Fame basketball player Shaquille O'Neal smiles as he talks to reporters during an NBA basketball news conference in Miami. O’Neal has been to enough parties before Super Bowls to know that he can do much better. “I’ve been to a million Super Bowl parties the past 15 years, and they’re all boring,” O’Neal said. “So this is Atlanta, I’m bringing the party to Atlanta. I wanted to do something big, so I called my friends.” (AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File)

After multiple failed attempts, including at Shaquille O’Neal’s Atlanta home, the former NBA star was finally served with a summons and complaint in the FTX lawsuit.

Attorneys for the plaintiffs are suing O’Neal, along with other celebrities, for promoting the now-bankrupt crypto company FTX.

In a twist of fate, the process played out during the Heat-Celtics NBA game in the arena previously named “FTX Center” before the company imploded.

According to the Moskowitz Law Firm which represents FTX users, O’Neal was at the game Tuesday while broadcasting for TNT.





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