Dillon Danis, the fighter and online troll, has finally been served with legal papers after avoiding a process server for over a week. TMZ Sports captured the moment when Danis was officially notified that he was being sued by Nina Agdal, and it seems like he couldn’t escape the inevitable any longer.
The encounter took place on Monday morning outside the Jersey City building where Danis resides. The process server approached Danis and his two buddies, attempting to hand him a brown envelope with the legal documents. However, Danis refused to accept it, claiming, “That’s not me,” as they walked towards the entrance of the building. Since the process server was not allowed inside, he placed the document on the floor and left.
This interaction between Danis and the process server comes after days of playing cat and mouse. Danis went as far as pretending to be in North Korea and even shared images and surveillance videos of unsuccessful servers waiting for him. However, his elaborate tactics couldn’t keep him hidden forever.
The reason for the lawsuit and restraining order filed by Nina Agdal against Danis stems from his alleged incessant bullying and trolling towards her online. Agdal, who is engaged to Logan Paul, claims that Danis targeted her over 250 times. The suit alleges that Danis caused Agdal humiliation, emotional distress, and reputational harm. One incident mentioned in the lawsuit accuses Danis of breaking state and federal laws by gaining access to a private video on Agdal’s phone.
As the news broke about Agdal’s legal action, it became clear that the upcoming fight between Logan Paul and Danis on October 14 was not the only battle taking place involving the fighters. Agdal’s lawsuit adds a new dimension to the high-profile event, highlighting the personal ramifications of online harassment and bullying.
Now that Danis has been officially served, he has 21 days to respond to the complaint, as required by New Jersey law. This legal process will determine the outcome of the lawsuit and whether Danis will face consequences for his alleged actions.
In the words of Omarion, “You suckers got served!” It seems like Danis’ attempts to evade the legal system have come to an end, and he will now have to face the legal proceedings initiated by Agdal. This case serves as a reminder of the potential consequences that come with online harassment and the importance of taking such behavior seriously.