Trump’s Social Media Company Sues Co-Founders

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Trump’s Social Media Company , Sues Co-Founders.
Trump Media & Technology Group filed a
lawsuit against co-founders Wesley Moss and Andrew Litinsky on March 24, ABC News reports.
The suit came two days before shareholders approved a merger that allowed the
company to begin trading on the Nasdaq.
The lawsuit alleges that the two men
"failed spectacularly" to lead the company and made "reckless and wasteful decisions"
that resulted in "significant damage.".
Trump Media wants the co-founders to give up
their shares of the company, among other things. .
TMTG has been forced to file this action
to remedy the harm inflicted upon it by two
faithless fiduciaries and a company they own --
Wesley Moss, Andrew Litinsky, and
[United Atlantic Ventures] -- and to halt their
ongoing attempts to do even more damage, Via lawsuit.
Moss and Litinsky's company,
United Atlantic Ventures, owns 5.5%
of Trump Media, according to the SEC.
That amounts to 7,525,000 shares
which are worth about $388 million.
Donald Trump's stake in the company
is currently valued at over $4 billion.
Since going public last week,
the stock has been very volatile. .
At one time, shares peaked over $79.
On April 1, they plunged by 21%.
Shares recovered slightly on April 2