The founder of the OneCoin cryptocurrency pyramid, Rudzhi Ignatova, did not respond to the lawsuit related to the alleged $ 4 billion fraud, Law360 reports.
Ignatova, her company OneCoin and banker Gilbert Arment “did not provide an answer or otherwise did not respond to the claim,” the documents say.
Earlier, the court warned plaintiffs Christine Grablis and Donald Burdo that the case could drag on if they did not file information about attempts to serve court documents on the defendants.
According to the latest data, the papers were sent to Ignatova, who has been on the wanted list since 2017.
In March 2019, Ignatova’s brother Konstantin was detained at the Los Angeles airport. He agreed to testify against his sister.
In 2020, the court revoked the license of OneCoin lawyer Mark Scott. Previously, he was found guilty of laundering $ 400 million.
Recall that in March 2021, authorities detained OneCoin partner Frank Schneider in the French city of Auden-le-Tisch on the basis of an international order issued by a New York court.
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