In a newly filed lawsuit in Nashville, New York resident Devin Zhou says he sent nearly 1.3 BTC (Bitcoin) to the wrong Bitcoin wallet in October of 2020. Instead of the intended recipient, Zhou says he accidentally sent the equivalent of around $27,000 (at the current value) to Nashvillian & founder of ghost company “Social Summit” Jack Zuckowsky by selecting the last person he had sent money from his ‘recent’ transactions instead of inputting the wallet address of the intended recipient. In addition to the value of the bitcoin, he is being sued for an additional $15,000 related to not returning the money. The lawsuit alleges he voluntarily returned a fraction of the money after prior requests were made to him.
24-year-old Jack Zuckowsky was jailed in downtown Nashville in the early hours of Sunday morning after he was observed in a fight with Kayden Blackwell, a well-known creator on TikTok and OnlyFans. Metro Nashville Police officers working the Entertainment District Initiative came upon the disturbance on Broadway and say Jack was so intoxicated he was unable to comprehend simple questions. As neither party wished to prosecute for assault, Zuckowsky was transported to booking and charged with public intoxication.
19-year-old Kayden Blackwell, better known to his nearly 1 million fans on TikTok as ‘@itsskbbb’, and to his OF followers as ‘lillboyjohnny,’ was jailed in Nashville early Sunday morning after brawling on Broadway. Metro Nashville Police Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville were alerted to a fight in progress at 301 Broadway, where Blackwell was in a fight with Jack Zuckowsky. Officers observed Blackwell punch Zuckowsky, and they pulled him away from the tussle and placed him into custody. Blackwell reeked of alcohol and was spotted earlier in the evening drinking and accompanied by Tayler Holder at points during the evening’s escapade.