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Dave and Barb Pitcock, along with Andre Vaughn, are the last people who are being sued in the Youngevity vs. Wakaya Perfection case.

On November 1, Youngevity was set to play against the Pitcocks and Vaughn.

The new date for that trial is December 2021.

And Andre Vaughn is bankrupt, again.

After a joint motion was filed on September 1, the Youngevity v. Pitcocks trial was moved to a different date.

According to the motion, Youngevity’s lawyer has a scheduling conflict in another case that was not planned for. When the trial date was set for November, the court took this into account.

Youngevity and the Pitcocks (on the right) also seem sure that a deal can still be made.

On October 7, there will be mediation in front of a judge;

With the help of Judge Berg, Youngevity has been able to settle disagreements with Wakaya Perfection LLC, Todd Smith, and William Andreoli, among others.

I’m betting on a settlement because the Pitcocks have moved on with Innov8tive Nutrition.

The lawyer for Youngevity asked for the trial to start in December 2021. The motion was filed on the same day that Judge Moskowitz moved the trial from November to December 6.

The motion from Youngevity says this about Andre Vaughn:

The lawyer for the plaintiff thinks that Andre Vaughn will file for bankruptcy in the near future, and if he does, all claims against and by him will be put on hold.

In 2018, Vaughn was charged with lying to the bankruptcy court. Vaughn said he was guilty, so he got ten months in prison.

On the same charges as Vaughn, his wife Monica (on the right with Andre) was also charged.

Monica Vaughn admitted guilt and was given three years of probation in July 2019.

Vaughn’s actions that led to his bankruptcy happened when he was a Youngevity distributor.

He was part of Youngevity’s decision to split into Wakaya Perfection, which led to a lawsuit from Youngevity in 2016.

Since then, Wakaya Perfection has had two new starts, first as Bulavita and now as Mfinity Global.

Vaughn was named a “top producer” by Mfinity Global in August:

When Vaughn isn’t filing for bankruptcy, he’s on social media posting pictures of himself with expensive cars:

Keep an eye on Youngevity v. the Pitcocks or Vaughn’s latest bankruptcy to see what happens next.

Change on October 13, 2021 – It looks like the Pitcock will go to court on December 6.

On October 7, 2021, there was a Zoom meeting between the plaintiffs and the defendants from Pitcock. The claims were not settled between the parties.

That is written on the case docket for October 7th.

Update, Nov. 8, 2021: The Youngevity v. Pitcocks trial has been moved to February 28, 2022, after a pre-trial meeting on November 1.

Change on November 23, 2021 – On November 5, Andre Vaughn filed for bankruptcy.

On November 11, the case against him was put on hold.

By May 18, 2022, Vaughn will have to file a Status Report on his bankruptcy case.

Change on February 20, 2022 – Youngevity v. the Pitcocks has been moved to May 16, 2022, after a number of in limine motion orders.

Update: The Youngevity lawsuit and the Pitcocks’ countersuit have been settled as of April 14, 2022.

Change 19 May 2022: Youngevity has reached a settlement with Andre Vaughn over his most recent bankruptcy.

Since there are no more defendants or claims, we just have to wait for the court to end the case.

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