“Crypto King” Aiden Platersky is in Hell today. The 23-year-old scammer is being sued for embezzling $35 million.
Five luxury cars have been seized from the 23-year-old. Aiden PlaterskyAccording to Canada’s self-proclaimed “Crypto King”. CBC. But those vehicles are a small fraction of the $35 million that Aiden Platerski allegedly stole from investors who thought he would make them rich. And no one knows if they will ever see their money again.
“King of Crypto” Aiden Platersky is in Hell today
Aiden Platersky and AP Private Equity Ltd. are facing two civil lawsuits after 140 people joined together to file complaints. These people thought they were investing in cryptocurrency, and Aiden Platersky’s online presence – with lots of photos of him living a very luxurious lifestyle – helped create the image of someone who actually knew how to do it.
Aiden Platersky’s YouTube channel and Instagram account were taken down, but he bought articles from sites like Forbes.mc and the Daily Caller to promote himself. The December 2021 Daily Caller article included the photo above. A picture taken when cryptocurrency was at its peak. It read: “Aiden Platersky: Meet the young Canadian investor who rules the crypto world”.
A case has been filed against the 23-year-old fraudster
Despite the mention of “partner” in the article, few people realize that the article was purchased by the author. damage done Many Internet users with no experience in crypto saw this as an example to follow, a chance to get rich.
Has Aiden Platersky only invested in any cryptocurrencies? Hard to say. He could have done this and lost everything from the November 2021 peak Bitcoin is down 56% from a year ago, Ethereum is down 57% Aiden Platersky claims he invested the money, but he keeps no trace of it.
35 million dollars for embezzlement
Some investors suspect that Aiden Platersky didn’t even bother to invest in it, contenting himself directly with lining his pockets. Now these defrauded investors are trying to get their money back through bankruptcy court and two civil suits, but no criminal charges have been filed.