Jake Paul has been freed of a lawsuit that was filed after he allegedly harmed a man.
According to legal documentation, seen by unCrazed, Ellis Barbacoff, a man that sued Jake for allegedly causing him harm during a prank, has informed the court that he’s dismissing his claims.
In 2017, Ellis sued the YouTube star and his production company for unspecified damages, accusing the controversial prankster of sounding a train horn that caused “sustained shock and injuries” further leaving him with “pain and suffering.”
Jake initially responded to the lawsuit saying it was only supposed to be “a harmless prank” with his lawyers saying it was done by “youthful defendants” who “thought honking a loud horn to get a reaction from people would be funny, but in no way did they intend to cause anyone injury.”
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