Austin McBroom denies reports of ACE Family’s eviction from $7 million home

The Ace Family, Youtube/Instagram

Austin McBroom of the ACE Family has officially responded to rumors of facing eviction from his $7 million home over purportedly missing payments and facing pre-foreclosure.

The Ace Family, a channel with over 19 million subscribers, on YouTube is hosted by Austin McBroom, his wife Catherine, and their three kids Elle, Alaia, and Steel.

With videos often getting millions of views, they post about their life in LA and day-to-day vlogs in their extravagant LA mansion.

Tweet by Def Noodles showcasting documents that allege the Ace Family are losing their homeTwitter, Defnoodles
A tweet by Def Noodles showing the documents went viral on social media.

The speculation surrounding potential eviction for the family comes after a recent string of controversies surrounding Social Gloves, a company that Austin McBroom allegedly owns.

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It is currently unknown whether Social Gloves’ financial troubles and the allegations made about the Ace Family’s lack of mortgage payments are linked.

What’s Social Gloves and how is it linked with the Ace Family?

Social Gloves was the company that oversaw the recent YouTubers vs TikTokers fight, the so-called “Battle of the Platforms”.

After the event, a string of negative news came out including allegations it had made only 27% of its intended sales as well as accusations the boxers hadn’t been paid.

Before the Battle of the Platforms fight, it was expected to pull in about 500,000 PPV (pay-per-view) sales but apparently only made 136,000, a long way off.

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This was then followed by comments on the BFFs podcast by TikToker Vinnie Hacker that they hadn’t recieved their money yet for the event.

Social Gloves has insisted they are “working tirelessly” to ensure any fighter who hasn’t been paid yet will get paid.

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The first time Social Gloves was linked to McBroom was when Youtuber Tana Mongeau alleged that he owned most of the company on Twitter. McBroom was also one of the headline fighters at the YouTubers vs TikTokers fight.

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From there, the controversies have continued to escalate with other influencers such as Jake Paul getting involved including a verbal altercation between Paul and McBroom.

Has McBroom’s ownership of Social Gloves been confirmed?

After Mongeau’s allegation McBroom owned most of Social Gloves, people noticed that the company’s trademark was registered under Ace Hat Collection. This is according to United States Patent and Trademark Office directory.

Ace Hat Collection Inc.’s CEO is, you guessed it, Austin McBroom with Catherine listed as Secretary according to D&B Business Directory

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While McBroom didn’t deny Mongeau’s allegation on Twitter regarding his ownership of the company, he forcefully hit back about the allegations people were not being paid.

Has any of the Ace Family said anything?

Austin McBroom finally responded to the eviction rumors on July 7, posting his reply to the drama in an Instagram story showing off his $7 million home.

“Stop capping on me and my family’s name,” McBroom wrote. “Ain’t nobody getting evicted, ain’t nobody moving. Stop believing everything you hear haters say on the internet! If we were moving we definitely would have informed the world and made a video about it. Have a good rest of your day.”

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Austin McBroom responds to eviction rumors

This latest news comes in wake of leaked legal documents alleging that the ACE Family is facing a number of lawsuits and being sued for $65,000 by a former landlord.