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Shaquille O’Neal suing cannabis company over allegedly squandered $125K investment

It is a rare occasion that Shaquille O’Neal meets an endorsement deal he disagrees with , but not every investment has paid off for the Big Aristotle.

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The former NBA superstar is suing a business partner after O’Neal’s 2016 investment in a legal cannabis company, identified as Viceroy LCC, was allegedly mismanaged, the Daily Mail reports.

According to court documents obtained by the Daily Mail , O’Neal invested US$100,000 ($126,500) into the business but a year later, the company had “no licenses, no revenue, and no operations.”

The suit was filed this week and includes a second investor, Jerome Crawford, who reportedly pumped US$50,000

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