Leaked Video of Moolah CEO Causes Legal Controversy

Leaked Video of Moolah CEO Causes Legal Controversy

Screenshot From Leaked Webcam Video. Upon the leaking of a webcam video, Moolah CEO Alex Green has threatened to take legal action against a Dogecoin creator Jackson Palmer and others. The video is a conversation between Green, COO of Moolah Landon Merrill, Jackson Palmer and a representative of the original Dogecoin Foundation named Ben, reddit user /u/NeutralityMentality. It is encouraged that you watch the entire video before making judgment. It is at the bottom of the page, and is 27 minutes long. CCN. In video below, the four are having a conversation regarding an audit of Moolah to....


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