Austin McBroom and the ACE family continue to find themselves in the hot water with each passing day. Rumors of several alleged lawsuits against the couple have surfaced online, as well as the couple being pre-foreclosed for allegedly failing to make payments on their $ 7 million mansions.
Austin McBroom has also been criticized for failing to pay employees at the Social Gloves event. YouTuber Tana Mongeau has repeatedly attacked Austin on Twitter for not paying employees.
Austin also didn’t provide exclusive content to Ace Club members who paid a heavy price for it.
The kingdom of the ACE family collapses
Austin McBroom and his wife Catherine Paiz McBroom are worth over $ 22 million and failed to pay their mortgages on time. The couple had combined two mansions, building a $ 7.5 million dream home, which could be the reason for their tax woes.
Legal documents began circulating on social media from the home’s Zillow display with the address blocked. The documents indicated that ACE Family had not produced the mortgage payments and taxes. Although the listing said the house was in “pre-foreclosure,” netizens were quick to comment that the bank had already started the process.
Further details were leaked indicating that the family were being sued for $ 65,000 by their former landlord for not paying rent on time and breaking the contract earlier. The property would have cost them $ 7,000 in rent per month.
Austin McBroom took to Instagram to post a story on eviction rumors saying-
“Stop (capp) talking about me and my family name.” No one is kicked out, no one moves. Stop believing everything haters say on the internet! If we moved we would definitely have informed the world and made a whole YouTube video about it. Good evening. “
Austin McBroom does not pay employees for Social Gloves event
Austin McBroom also reportedly failed to pay Social Gloves Entertainment boxers and performers. The company rose to popularity after staging the platform battle – YouTubers vs TikTokers. The family patriarch also fought in the event against TikToker Bryce Hall.
TikTokers Vinne Hacker and Josh Richards revealed on the BFFs podcast that Social Gloves has filed for bankruptcy. The event was expected to reach 500,000 pay-per-view purchases but only brought in $ 136,000.
Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau took to Twitter to shoot Austin McBroom for not paying employees. Paul compared Austin to Billy McFarland, the now convicted con artist who orchestrated the Fyre Fest Music Festival, which defrauded investors of $ 27.4 million.
Mongeau also took to Twitter, calling on McBroom to own most of Social Gloves Entertainment and not pay employees. McBroom responded to this by asking if there were any female boxers interested in fighting Mongeau inside the ring.
McBroom also said,
Austin McBroom has acquired several lawsuits against him and has also been called out for cheating on his wife, Catherine Paiz McBroom. Austin hasn’t responded to any of the fraud rumors, and it appears the YouTube mogul has no intention of doing so.