Jake Paul SUED By Prank Victim For THIS Reason

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Jake Paul might want to rethink any pranks he’s planning on pulling in the future – especially the ones in public.

It’s always fun and games until somebody gets hurt…

Anyone who is a hardcore Jake Paul fan knows that he LOVES pulling pranks. Unfortunately, one of those pranks he pulled in the past is getting him into some legal trouble. A California man is suing Jake and as well as his team for driving around LA and blasting a super loud car horn near unsuspecting pedestrians.

Obviously the point of the prank was to just capture the shocked look on people’s faces, but according to the guy suing, the loud car horn did more than just scare the beejezus out of him. In the lawsuit, the man claims that after Jake and his crew blasted their car horn while he was leaving a store in WeHo, the loud sound ended up damaging his hearing. The man also said that his encounter with the Team 10 crew is included in the video.
The man is suing Jake and his company for an undisclosed amount of money in damages for the injury and emotional distress the incident caused him.

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