Crypto influencer Ben Armstrong, previously known as BitBoy Crypto, found himself in a distressing situation while live-streaming on YouTube. What was supposed to be an exciting stream from a special location turned into a series of events that led to his arrest by the police.

Armstrong had announced earlier today on social media that he would be going live on YouTube to confront an individual named Carlos Diaz. His objective was to try and retrieve his Lamborghini, but things quickly spiraled out of control, resulting in unexpected consequences.

To make matters worse, law enforcement authorities discovered illegal narcotics in BitBoy’s vehicle. This discovery added a new layer of complexity to the already troubling situation.

This recent incident follows the August decision by BitBoy Crypto’s parent company, Hit Network, to sever ties with Ben Armstrong. Hit Network cited concerns about substance abuse issues and the financial repercussions faced by its workforce as the primary reasons for the disassociation.

Facing the aftermath of these events, Ben Armstrong is now suing Hit Network, claiming that the company orchestrated a coup to steal his own company. The lawsuit adds another layer of drama to an already complicated situation.

Interestingly, the individual that Armstrong went to confront, Carlos Diaz, reportedly has ties to Hit Network, the very company managing the BitBoy Crypto platform. Previous reports have stated that Armstrong accused Hit Network executives of making death threats against him and his wife.

Throughout the livestream, Armstrong expressed genuine fear for his life, stating, “This is someone who’s been in fear for his life for too long… I will really enjoy the cops coming here.” Despite the presence of the police questioning him, Armstrong continued to broadcast, revealing that he did not have a weapon on his person but admitted to possessing one in his truck.

The arrest of Ben Armstrong, formerly known as BitBoy Crypto, during a YouTube live stream, has placed him in a difficult and potentially dangerous situation. With illegal narcotics discovered in his vehicle and a history of issues leading to the disassociation with his own company, Armstrong now faces the additional challenge of a lawsuit against Hit Network. The connections between Carlos Diaz and the company, along with the alleged death threats, only add to the complexity of the situation. It remains to be seen how this unfortunate incident will unfold and what impact it will have on Armstrong’s future as a crypto influencer.

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