Tom Brady’s year is not going as expected.
He blew up his marriage to play another year in the NFL, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are not playing well.
Now Brady just got hit with some shocking news in the middle of a messy season.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers just clawed their way back to .500 as their mediocre season continues.
Superstar quarterback Tom Brady came out of retirement to play again, which triggered wife Gisele Bundchen to file for divorce.
To make matters worse, Brady is one of several celebrities being sued for promoting cryptocurrency exchange FTX.
The company recently imploded after it came to light that CEO and Democrat megadonor Sam Bankman-Fried was defrauding customers in what is shaping up to be a bigger corporate scandal than Enron.
Brady named in lawsuit against alleged crypto fraudster Sam Bankman-Fried
The New York Post reported that “investors not only are suing Sam Bankman-Fried, but also celebrity endorsers of his bankrupt crypto company FTX, including Tom Brady, ex-wife Gisele Bündchen, Larry David, and sports stars like David Ortiz, Steph Curry and Shaquille O’Neal. Attorneys including star litigator David Boies filed the lawsuit on behalf of Edwin Garrison, an Oklahoma resident who had an FTX yield-bearing account which he funded with crypto assets to earn interest, and others like him. Celebrity endorsers such as David, who filmed a Super Bowl commercial for FTX, are accused of engaging in deceptive practices to sell FTX yield-bearing digital currency accounts, the suit claims.”
Social media users pointed out that Larry David was hilariously being sued for appearing in a commercial where he shot down the idea of crypto.
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— Dare Obasanjo 🐀 (@Carnage4Life) November 8, 2022
The Post added that “Brady and Bündchen, who also appeared in commercials touting FTX, bought equity stakes in the company, which was forced to file for bankruptcy protection last week after it was learned that customer deposits were being used to make risky bets through a subsidiary research firm. Meanwhile, Bankman-Fried could be in hot water with federal investigators. Sources familiar with the matter told Bloomberg News that US and Bahamian authorities have been discussing possibly extraditing the 30-year-old Bankman-Fried, whose company is based in the Bahamas.”
Bankman-Fried appeared onstage with many politicians and celebrities, including Bundchen, so the Democrats have a gigantic mess on their hands.
It seems unlikely that the lawsuit will be successful, but simply being associated with the disastrous fraud is a headache that Brady and nobody else wants.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.