Ben “Bitboy” Armstrong in a recent video, unofficially referred to as off his lawsuit in opposition to Erling “Atozy” Mengshoel, after the lawsuit went public and raised $200,000 in Atozy’s protection.
Bitboy stated all he needed was for the defamatory video to be taken off, and by no means meant to make it a public case. He stated:
“If I knew this would have been public, I wouldn’t have done it.”
Bitboy apologized for inflicting his fellow YouTuber such ache.
“He is the winner, I’m the loser, and I really hope he listens to this, I’m sorry you’ve had to go through this…”
He went on to request that Atozy will take off the a part of the video the place he was referred to as a scammer.
“…remove the video, or at least go back and edit the wrong parts and keep it up.”
Bitboy stated this was on no account a slapstick lawsuit meant to silence Atozy from talking up when he’s mistaken. He intends to steer clear of any hassle with the SEC.
According to Bitboy, he had emailed his lawyer about pulling the lawsuit shortly earlier than occurring air.
“We are going to drop the lawsuit, 100%. I’m sorry it became public.”
Atozy remains to be in protection
Atozy, who banked about $200,000 to help his lawsuit protection, said that each one is but to be resolved.
From what I’ve heard Bitboy will probably be pulling the lawsuit.
I’m blown away from the help.
In lower than 24 hours we raised roughly $200,000 USD
Once I’ve the affirmation it’s formally pulled. I will probably be refunding everybody who donated.
Thank you guys for saving me.
— atozy (@atozy) August 24, 2022
Without an official affirmation, Atozy believes the alleged dismissal was based mostly on prejudice and may very well be refiled by Bitboy at any time.
Atozy confirmed he’ll refund the donations as soon as the lawsuit is formally withdrawn.
Talked to @cobie and he’s letting me use a bit of his donation to pay for gasoline charges. So particular thanks to this legend.