Lawyer Roche alleges statements he made about Ava Labs are wrong, the result of intoxication
Lawyer Roche alleges claims that recordings were a setup by a third party to discredit the lawyer and his firm.
Kyle Roche, the lawyer at the center of an allegation made by site Cryptoleaks about a mysterious agreement between his firm and Ava Labs, answered Monday in a post on Medium. Like Ava Labs CEO Emin Gün Sirer, Roche kept the presence from getting any mysterious agreement between the parties.
Roche claimed that the recording that has been launched on Cryptoleaks' site was made at the command of ICP Token creator Dominic Williams. Roche's firm, Roche Freedman, brought a class action suit against Williams and his Dfinity Foundation last October. Roche said the recordings were heavily edited and he kept the reality of the statements he made in them. As indicated by Roche:
“Statements in the video […] are false, and were obtained through deceptive means, including a deliberate scheme to intoxicate, and then exploit me, using leading questions.”
Cryptoleaks is an anonymous site that claims to launch investigations based on data from its claims, besides. the recording of Roche, Cryptoleaks claimed a complaint recorded in a Florida circuit court against Roche, his partners and his law firm by a former partner gives proof of the mysterious agreement
Emin Gün Sirer, perhaps this legal filing will help refresh your memory— Crypto Leaks (@CryptoLeaksInfo) August 29, 2022
According to Page 18, Roche Freedman received +4M #AVAX from Ava Labs
As proportion #AVAX supply:
Feb 21 ~ 5%
Today ~ 1.75%
Lawsuit: https://t.co/nfTh5mt8a4@el33th4xor https://t.co/WaQwpZdq96
The objection, posted on the Cryptoleaks site, claimed, "In return for legal services, Ava Labs has agreed to pay Roche Freedman LLP a certain amount of Tokens more than a three year time span starting on September 30, 2019."