UFC Files $32 Million Lawsuit Against PPV Pirate

May 1, 2014 11:15 am Leave your thoughts
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A brazen thief finally got caught.

The UFC has filed suit against Steven Messina, 27, for stealing pay-per-view  broadcasts and uploading them to file-sharing services like PirateBay, according to a report from NY Post, and is now seeking $32 million in damages.

Ironically, the article states that Messina lives in Staten Island with his mom and dad.

The suit alleges that Messina uploaded 141 UFC PPVs and even provided a PayPal donation link.

Messina, who went by the username of “Secludedly,” is the recipient of the largest lawsuit filed by the UFC in its quest to squash online pirating.

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