Company tweets complaints about the company’s former CEO, asks him to resign, and threatens to sue him.
Epik’s Twitter account has been inactive since Rob Monster left the company in September 2022. It’s back and with a message for the company’s founder.
In a series of tweets over the past five days, the company has called on Monster to resign his position on the board and threatened legal action against him.
The company squarely blames Monster for the company’s debt problems and inability to pay creditors:
#BeEpik 2.0 Team & CEO shut down Masterbucks Dec ’22 due to serious financial & security risks from Rob Monster’s actions. Now, Epik struggles to manage debt from his company-wide oversights, including Masterbucks.
It asked him to resign:
Third parties have asked Mr. Monster to step down from the board because his decisions lack “rational business purpose” and create deadlocks.
And said it might sue him:
Due to Mr. Monsters’ continued unwillingness to solve problems created by his clear mismanagement, Epik Holdings Inc. has no choice but to consider filing suit against him shortly.
Here’s the series of tweets (with a couple of duplicates removed) in chronological order:
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