Crypto Content Creator ‘Bitboy’ Ben Armstrong Sues Former Colleagues at Hit Network

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Cryptocurrency influencer Ben Armstrong has filed a lawsuit against two Hit Network employees for ousting him from the company he founded.
The founder of BitBoy Crypto filed the lawsuit in Georgia, USA, naming Hit Network CEO Timothy ‘TJ’ Shedd Jr., his father Timothy Shedd Sr., and TJSJ Holdings as defendants, according to Decrypt, citing the suit filed on August 30, retracted, and refiled on September 12. 
Armstrong and BJ Investment Holdings (BJIH) were named as plaintiffs. …
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