Crypto ‘prodigy’, 23, is abducted and TORTURED after ‘scamming’ investors out of $29M’


A self-proclaimed Canadian ‘crypto king’ was kidnapped in the middle of the night in December and tortured after he reportedly scammed investors out of millions to live a glamorous lifestyle, according to a lawsuit.

Aiden Pleterski, 23, is currently going through bankruptcy proceedings as authorities in Canada try to recover the $29million he’s accused of scamming out of investors.

Just $1.6million has been returned, with reports saying Pleterski spent most of it on a private jet, a huge fleet of flashy cars and luxury vacations.

According to reports, Pleterski was approached by a group of investors who were interested in investing in his latest cryptocurrency venture.

However, after receiving the funds, he allegedly failed to deliver on his promises and disappeared with the money.

The investors then reportedly hired a group of individuals to track him down and recover their funds.

The group of individuals who were hired to track down Pleterski allegedly abducted him for three days and subjected him to a brutal torture session, which reportedly lasted for several hours.

The exact details of the torture have not been disclosed, but sources say that Pleterski sustained serious injuries and was left traumatized by the incident.

The authorities are now investigating the incident and are reportedly working to track down the individuals who were responsible for the abduction and torture of Pleterski.

Meanwhile, the victim is said to be recovering from his injuries and receiving support from friends and family.

Pleterski’s father, Adam Peters said he got a late night call demanding $3million Canadian ($2.1million USD) in ransom. Peters then claims his son was driven around Ontario, beaten and tortured.

He was supposedly released after a few days but threatened to come up with the money quickly or else.

One of the few calls he was allowed to make was to his landlord, who testified that Pleterski called begging him for the millions in ransom payments.

I said, ‘There’s absolutely nothing that I can do.’

No suspects have been revealed in the kidnapping and Toronto police did not provide any information on the suspected kidnapper or if any arrests were made.

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