The court decided that Khaled and Mayweather’s role in promoting the company on social media wasn’t enough to warrant further legal action. “The Plaintiff’s complaint fails to establish that Mayweather [and Khaled] ‘successfully solicited’ the Plaintiffs to purchase CTR Tokens,” court documents state. Khaled and Mayweather both tweeted about the CTR tokens with the boxer telling his social media followers to join him.
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It was determined in court that the tweets were indirect and even more, it’s uncertain if the promotion even successfully made their followers purchase CTR coins. The only way they would be found guilty in this case is if it was proven they had a direct relationship with the defendant. However, there wasn’t any proof to establish that the pair had such association with them.