Report: Mark Messier Loses $500K Investment in Alberta Cannabis Company

Article by Arun Srinivasan, Yahoo Sports

Yahoo Sports CanadaYahoo Sports Canada Report: Mark Messier loses $500K investment in Alberta cannabis company Arun Srinivasan Arun Srinivasan·Writer Former Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers legend Mark Messier is filing a lawsuit against an Alberta-based cannabis company for a lost investment worth $500,000. (Photo by Jared Silber/NHLI via Getty Images) Former Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers great Mark Messier stated that he lost a $500,000 investment in an Alberta-based cannabis company, TSN’s Rick Westhead reports. Carolina Hurricanes v New York Rangers NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 08: Former Rangers player and captain Mark Messier speaks to the media during a special 1994 Stanley Cup Anniversary event prior to the game between the New York Rangers and the Carolina Hurricanes at Madison Square Garden on February 8, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Jared Silber/NHLI via Getty Images)

Former Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers great Mark Messier stated that he lost a $500,000 investment in an Alberta-based cannabis company, TSN’s Rick Westhead reports.

Messier invested in Destiny Bioscience and is now filing a lawsuit against CEO Ed Moroz, alleging that the company used his celebrity status to gain “instant credibility” with other investors.

“Destiny was not a sure thing. Quite the opposite. It was a worthless company propped up by nothing more than Moroz’s grandiose promises,” Messier stated in the lawsuit.

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