I followed the guy, called 911, and he was taken into custody. When I went back you had left though. The guy has seriously mental health issues but can't be charged criminally unless there is a victim. You probably don't even need to contact me, just call the police because the guy is in custody.
James Charles is being sued for wrongfully terminating his former video editor. From what I read so far on the suit (this is all alleged) he made his editor work an insane amount of hours for editing videos. Owed her overtime for said hours, and promised as raise instead of paying the overtime due (the raise never came). His poor employee went to the hospital due to a concussion and James allegedly was very unsympathetic and even accused her of not being committed to the job.
Emily D. Baker is doing an amazing in-depth reading and explanation of the whole suit so I'd definitely suggest everyone check out the video I linked to her channel. Kind of ironic that James was threatening to sue minors weeks ago now he's literally on the chopping block.
Edit: Thank you kindly to those who found out that James' employee was hired as a video editor only. I edited my original post to reflect this.
>"A lot of people say certain things, and that's just an unfortunate part of this business," O'Neal said of Westbrook after Stephen A Smith argued the Wizards' guard's triple-double meant nothing. "When you're a great player and you're putting up great numbers, people are always gonna say, 'Wait until you have a championship.' If you don't get a championship, that's not a knock." "You can't tell me Allen Iverson is not one of the greatest point guards, you can't tell me that John Stockton is not one of the greatest point guards," O'Neal said. "You can't tell me Karl Malone or Charles Barkley are not some of the greatest power forwards. That's just the unfortunate thing [about the NBA]. "Everybody had to go through it," O'Neal said. "It's not like we're just picking on [Westbrook], all the greats, and we look at him as a great player, everybody had to go through this."
I know Shaq is known for going after Chuck about rings but this was a surprisingly levelheaded take on his part.