Shaquille O’Neill Said that his former marijuana business partners used a ton of cash to make him tough-now he is suing them for more than $1 million.
Big Diesel detailed all this in a new lawsuit, the winner of which is TMZ Sports, In which the NBA legend claimed that he and his fellow plaintiff, Jerome Crawford, Invested $150,000 in a new cannabis company as early as December 2016.
In the lawsuit, Shaq stated that their investment should help the company “seeking opportunities in the legal marijuana field.”
However, O’Neill claimed that by the end of 2017… the company “appears to have no license, no revenue, and no operations.”
Shaq said that when he and his lawyers asked for details on how their money was used, the company initially did not respond.
In 2018, Shaq stated that after he threatened to file a lawsuit, the company agreed to pay him and Crawford $10,000 each in installments.
The problem… Shaq claims that the company only paid the first installment of $20,000-now he is suing to recover his initial investment and interest… plus alleged management of the company More costs for bad.
In the documents, Shaq and Crawford are seeking damages of more than $1 million.