Professional MMA fighter and YouTube star Josh Brueckner (4-2 MMA, 1-Zero professional boxing) is suing complement firm You Can Beam for cancelling a promotional deal as a result of coronavirus pandemic.
The New York Submit reviews that Brueckner, 25, signed a six-month cope with You Can Beam however that the contract was terminated after only one month. Brueckner, who has over 2 million YouTube subscribers and 550,000-plus Instagram followers, was to obtain $15,000 a month for selling Beam’s whey protein and collagen powder dietary supplements on social media. ‘G.I Josh’ acquired one $15,000 fee in March earlier than the complement firm cancelled the deal.
In response to Beam CEO Russell Saks, “the settlement was being terminated as a result of the corporate was in extreme monetary misery due to the coronavirus emergency, and the corporate was simply attempting to ‘preserve the lights on.’”
Beam is alleged to have posted pictures of Brueckner on their web site after that they had terminated the contract, per New York legal professional Jason Solotaroff.
Brueckner is suing the corporate for $90,000 for breach of contract and civil rights violations.