Dillon Danis has expressed concerns that his highly-anticipated boxing match against Logan Paul may be in jeopardy due to a significant legal issue arising from a “massive” lawsuit filed against him by Nina Agdal.
The ongoing feud between mixed martial artist Dillon Danis and YouTube personality Logan Paul has taken a dramatic turn that could potentially lead to the cancellation of their upcoming fight.
These two public figures have been engaged in a heated dispute for several weeks, primarily instigated by Danis, who has been incessantly posting about Logan Paul’s fiancée, Danish supermodel Nina Agdal.
Danis has sought to provoke Logan by sharing numerous photos of Agdal alongside other men, insinuating that she has had intimate encounters with them. He has also posted revealing images from her professional photoshoots.
This situation has generated a flood of hateful online posts targeting both Agdal and Paul, with Paul expressing his belief that the situation had gone “too far.”
Now, it appears that Agdal is taking legal action against Danis in response to his actions, as he claims she has initiated a “massive” lawsuit against him.
On September 6, Danis revealed via a post that he is facing a significant legal challenge from Agdal, which includes a restraining order against him. Moreover, he alleged that she is seeking his imprisonment as part of the legal action.
In a final warning, Danis made it clear to Paul that if he were incarcerated, their planned fight would be in jeopardy, ominously stating, “Logan Paul is a dead man walking.”
According to court documents obtained by TMZ Sports, Agdal asserts that she has endured “humiliation, emotional distress, and reputational harm” due to Danis’s behavior. She also alleges that one of Danis’s posts, which included an uncensored photograph from a “romantic encounter” over a decade ago, violated federal and state laws.
Agdal stated in her lawsuit, “Danis posted the photograph — entirely uncensored — from his X (Twitter) account, without Plaintiff’s consent. Later that day, Danis reposted the explicit photograph in order to maximize the number of views it would receive.”
Furthermore, Agdal suggested that Danis or another party may have “hacked” her Snapchat account to access an old video from her archives, which he subsequently posted on X (a reference to an unspecified platform).
Reportedly, Agdal is seeking damages of “no less” than $150,000 and is also requesting a court order prohibiting Danis from sharing any more explicit images of her in the future.
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