“I’m crowdfunding to help cover the insane costs of defending myself against this frivolous lawsuit,” he posted in a Twitter thread. “Last night the 3rd person Bitboy sent to my house showed up and served me the lawsuit. According to media reports, he has previously made ‘$30,000 for a single paid promotion’ and now ‘feels responsible for the losses suffered by his followers.’ I stand by the allegations in the lawsuit, and don’t understand why he filed it,” Atozy added with a link to a CNBC story about social media influencers that features Armstrong.
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