Lawyer Roche alleges statements he made about Ava Labs are false, the result of intoxication

Lawyer Roche alleges statements he made about Ava Labs are false, the result of intoxication

He claims that the recordings were a setup by a third party to discredit the lawyer and his firm, but the “whistleblowing” website is standing by its story.

Kyle Roche, the lawyer at the center of allegations made by website Cryptoleaks about a secret agreement between his firm and Ava Labs, responded Monday in a post on Medium. Like Ava Labs CEO Emin Gün Sirer, Roche denied the existence of any secret agreement between the parties.

Roche claimed that the recordings that have been published on Cryptoleaks’ website were made at the behest of ICP Token creator Dominic Williams. Roche’s firm, Roche Freedman, brought a class action suit against Williams and his Dfinity Foundation last October. Roche said the recordings were heavily edited and he denied the truth of the statements he made in them. According to Roche:

The complaint, posted on the Cryptoleaks website, alleged that, “In exchange for legal services, Ava Labs has agreed to pay Roche Freedman LLP a certain amount of Tokens over a thirty-six month period beginning on September 30, 2019.”

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