Finance wizard Grant Cardone delivers $100M blow to telecom mogul John Legere.

January 11, 2024
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Former T-Mobile CEO, John Legere, has been hit with a $100 million defamation suit by personal finance guru, Grant Cardone. The suit claims that Legere has made false and defamatory statements about Cardone, including calling him a “con man” and a “bullshit artist.” Cardone alleges that these statements have caused significant damage to his brand and reputation, resulting in financial losses. The suit also claims that Legere’s attacks have been fueled by personal animosity and jealousy.

In response, Legere has called Cardone a “fucking con-man,” doubting his billionaire status and asserting that he will be found guilty of fraud. The suit includes evidence of Legere’s derogatory comments made in public forums and on social media.

Additionally, the suit alleges that the two men initially had a friendly relationship, with Legere expressing interest in implementing aspects of Cardone’s tutorials at T-Mobile. However, their relationship soured after Legere abruptly pivoted away from their collaboration and began launching personal attacks against Cardone.

This lawsuit comes as Cardone faces scrutiny and legal troubles of his own. He has been accused of stealing over $100 million from Cardone Capital Investors and has faced lawsuits from investors and small business owners claiming deception and unfair contracts.

Overall, the defamation suit highlights the tensions and personal conflicts that can arise in the competitive world of finance and personal branding.

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