Terra Luna News: Terra Insider FatMan Will Sue Terra, Do Kwon in Class Action
There are always fresh developments related to the fall of Terra (LUNA) and Do Kwon. The latest class action lawsuit against TerraForm Labs founder Do Kwon, Three Arrow Capital, and related firms and persons was filed by stockholder rights law firm Bragar Eagel & Squire PC on July 26.
FatMan, a representative of the Terra company, has come forward to join the class action case brought against Terra by the American law firm Scott+Scott. FatMan claims he is taking Terra and Do Kwon to another court in a class action lawsuit.
FatMan Will Be A Claimant In A Class Action Suit
Earlier today, FatMan confirmed in a Twitter thread that he will be joining lead plaintiff Nick Patterson in a class action lawsuit against TerrForm Labs Pte Ltd. and others.
On June 17th, Scott+Scott Attorneys filed a lawsuit against TerraForm Labs’ founder Do Kwon, Three Arrow Capital, and other associated businesses and people. Selling unregistered securities like LUNA, UST, and others, deceiving investors, and civil conspiracy are all alleged, along with violations of the Exchange Act, the Securities Act, RICO, and prohibitions of California common law.
Three class action lawsuits have been filed against TerraForm Labs, Do Kwon, and others as of today. People and businesses who bought Terra tokens between May 20, 2021, and May 25, 2022 are the ones who filed the dispute. These tokens include UST, LUNA, KRT, ASTRO, APPOLO, ANC, vUST, and Liquidity Pool tokens.
It has been reported that the deadline for filing a complaint or participating as a plaintiff is August 19, 2022.
This is simply not acceptable. The crypto world is sometimes forgiving on scammers – but when you enrich yourself using a fraudulent savings product that leads to multiple suicides, I don't think the fraud can go unpunished. We demand answers, and we demand justice. (10/15)
— FatMan (@FatManTerra) July 26, 2022
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Cases of Money Laundering Against Terra and Do Kwon
Contrarily, FatMan claims that Terra’s founder, Do Kwon, has committed money laundering by transferring monies to offshore addresses via shell companies, thus defrauding a large number of investors and businesses. Inactive businesses known as “shell firms” exist only on paper.
A number of other TerraForm Lab personnel and representatives, as well as those from a wide range of related businesses, have come forward to corroborate the existence of illicit activity.