Popular YouTubers the ACE Family continue to face monetary trouble as more details from their ongoing lawsuits leak online, with documents stating they are allegedly being sued for $65,000.
Austin McBroom and Catherine Paiz of the ACE Family are becoming a hot topic across social media after multiple purported lawsuits against the couple surfaced online.
Earlier this week, it was reported that the YouTube duo — who are best known for their popular family vlogs and annual charity basketball game — are facing pre-foreclosure for purportedly failing to make payments on their $7 million mansion.
It was later reported that the ACE Family was being hit with two different lawsuits, all while Austin McBroom faces backlash for allegedly not paying influencers involved in the Battle of the Platforms in June.
WHO COULD’VE SEEN THIS COMING: Ace Family allegedly facing eviction on their home after allegedly failing to make mortgage and tax payments, according to documents posted on several internet forums. pic.twitter.com/xC5UZJTkhm
— Def Noodles (@defnoodles) July 5, 2021
Now, further details have leaked alleging that the ACE Family is being sued for $65,000 by their former landlord due to breaking their contract early and failing to pay rent. The property allegedly cost the couple $7,000 in rent per month.
That’s not all; documents also show that the YouTube duo had purportedly refused to pay Subify, a social media platform aggregator, an amount of $120,455.
Ace Family also being allegedly sued for owing their former landlord $65,000 in rent on a property that cost $7,000 per month. pic.twitter.com/zpE3FFkBcw
— Def Noodles (@defnoodles) July 7, 2021
Further documentation also sheds light on an ongoing lawsuit against Catherine Paiz by TBL, which has prompted some speculation regarding potential profits from the ACE Family’s partnerships.
The lawsuits previously discovered against the ACE Family include the Subify drama, as well as a suit from a rental company for construction equipment, named “Ahern Rentals, which was filed in April 2021.
INSTANT REGRET: Ace Family facing 2 more lawsuits. One filed April 2021 by construction equipment rental company; other filed September 2020 by social media company, which appears to be pending. Ace Family allegedly facing total of 3 lawsuits, pre-foreclosure, and paying fighters pic.twitter.com/Wq5E0sMWOp
— Def Noodles (@defnoodles) July 6, 2021
McBroom and the ACE Family have been at the center of revolving drama as new details of their financial strains come to light along the ongoing scandal regarding the Social Gloves influencer compensation.