- Celebrity Alissa Violet is suing FaZe Clan over a 2018 deal
- FaZe Clan allegedly had demanded Violet to relinquish her shares in Hubrick Limited, promising she would be recompensated
- The esports organization never kept its part of the deal, which escalated things to court
Alissa Violet is suing FaZe over an alleged deal whose terms the esports organization broke.
FaZe Clan Allegedly Broke the Terms of a Former Deal
Social media celebrity Alissa Violet is taking the famous esports and gaming organization FaZe Clan to court over a 2018 deal whose conditions were never fulfilled. According to Violet, FaZe owes her shares in Hubrick Limited that she never received. The thing is that the deal in question was never signed on paper, invoking the whole legal process.
It all started back in when the online celebrity had made an agreement with FaZe that would see her trading her Clout Gang shares for Hubrick Limited shares. At the time Hubrick Limited was a partner of FaZe and the two parties worked together with their common future in mind.
However, Hubrick Limited and FaZe’s relationship went downhill as FaZe Clan and Clout Gang alleged Hubrick of fraud and filed a lawsuit. Hubrick Limited disagreed with the fraud claims and instead filed a lawsuit on its own, accusing its opponents of fraud as well.
This is when the current lawsuit originates – according to Violet, FaZe Clan wanted to settle things with Hubrick. Because of that, she had to give up her entire Hubrick Limited shares. Violet claims that FaZe had promised she would be properly recompensated in FaZe stocks.
According to Violet, the alleged agreement was only verbal and because of that FaZe didn’t keep its end of the deal. That resulted in heavy financial losses for the social media celebrity and pushed her to appeal to the law.
Violet’s Attorney Speaks Up
In an interview with The Washington Post, Bryan Freedman, the lawyer of the plaintiff, commented on the problem.
“Faze Clan is being sued because it specifically promised to compensate Alissa when it asked her to relinquish her Hubrick stock and asked her to dismiss her claims against Hubrick and others,” Freedman explained.
He added that if the esports organization had kept its end of the deal, things would have never escalated to this point.
The Washington Post reached out to FaZe Clan’s chief executive, Lee Trink, to hear his side of the story. Trink revealed that he hopes things will be resolved peacefully as he believes everything stems from misunderstanding.
Neither side disclosed the monetary aspect of the current lawsuit. It is yet to be seen whether the two parties will reach an agreement or will progress things in court.