Brendan Schaub Lawsuit
The Brendan Schaub lawsuit is a result of the recent slandering of comedian Marc Shabazz on YouTube. The comedian, who is married and has two children, was the target of a video that surfaced on YouTube. He claims the video insults his character. Defamation refers to the act of making false statements about someone, causing damage his reputation. Yew-neekness, a YouTube channel, uploaded CCTV footage showing Schaub exchanging notes and interacting with a young woman.
After Brendan Schaub’s girlfriend claimed she was being cheated on, the clip was allegedly censored. Bent Pixels mocked the video, which is a website that censors video and other content. It is not clear how the footage was censored. However, the YouTube channel has not responded to the video, which shows that the YouTube channel is not responsible for censoring it.
Among those who have criticized or sued Brendan Schaub is YouTuber Joe Rogan. His YouTube channel’s owner sued him for shady behavior. The YouTube channel is owned by THICC BOY Productions Inc., and the creator is accused of copyright infringement. If this is true, the podcast’s creator could end up in court for violating the copyrights of the owner of the audio files.
Sonnen was charged with misdemeanor battery after the incident took place in Las Vegas. The case was dismissed without prejudice. The incident involved Sonnen and a couple in the Four Seasons hotel. Sonnen’s wife was present at the time and Sonnen allegedly stood up to a drunken man making a comment about her.