Second, why did this alleged marketing firm continue to offer its services even after payment had ceased? The alibi Nash gave is that the unknown firm wanted to give Bilzerian’s the ‘benefit of the doubt’ since they have done business together for over two years.
Lastly, if Bilzerian did indeed utilize these services to pump up his Instagram account, where are the receipts for these transactions? There has to be a paper trail for this to be corroborated.
While interesting, these allegations are exactly that, allegations. We know that Bilzerian has already announced that he will be putting $25 million of his fortune into Ignite. So, he certainly has the cash.
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