According to reports, the bankrupt Celsius network is now preparing to sue one of the creditors and media Character Tiffany Fong for Disclosure of confidentiality information.
However, Fung claims she did nothing wrong by making public Sensitive details related to the lender because the NDA did not obligate them.
What was revealed?
Bankruptcy petition reveals cryptocurrency lender Celsius Network either plans to sue crypto blogger and Celsius creditor Tiffany Fong for Disclosure of confidentiality information or are considering doing so.
Fung owns over $119,000 worth of bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Polygon (MATIC) closed on Celsius, as per the screenshot you provided. This was before the company stopped the withdrawals in the middle of June 2022 before filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the following month.
Since then, I have submitted real- Time updates on Bankruptcy case through YouTube and others online media platforms. Fung has repeatedly revealed the secrecy material that claim to have been supplied in Indignant confidence former employees of Celsius.
Fung reported onamong other things, apparently leaked recordings of trusted business Conversations and alleged transaction activity of Executives, incl former CEO and Founder Alex Machinsky, Atta on Celsius assets.
On April 14, Celsius’s legal representative, Kirkland & Ellis International, provided a detailed statement on the sixth monthly fee for the Southern District. of New York in bankruptcy, stating that they have filed a charge of 77 hoursor approximately $72,000, for they work on Bill titled “Tiffany Fong Suit”.
The petition refers to the Celsius law counsel He was investigating leaks of material Fung revealed on Ha social media Pages, though no actual legal action is planned.
the document also It revealed that Celsius Legal was preparing cease and desist letters for and Fung’s petition for coercion asking the court to make production of certificate.
Fong won’t stop
adding fuel to the flames, on April 15, Fung posted on On Twitter, she said she reached out to Alex and Chrissy Mashinsky in public when they were in New York for 2023 NYC is not fungible token (NFT) event.
Twitter video shows Fong and other cryptocurrencies content artists, including Ben Armstrong, who Popularly known as BitBoy Crypto, he approaches the Mashinskys for a chat, but the pair quickly backs out.
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