The Nelk Boys are being dragged to courtroom over a YouTube prank video gone incorrect — the marijuana supply driver they tried to trick is flipping the script on them with a really actual lawsuit.
In keeping with docs obtained by TMZ, a person named Nicholas Aliff claims he is the weed supply man within the YouTube stars’ pretend meth lab prank. Within the video, he wasn’t completely satisfied about being pranked and threatened to sue … and now it seems to be like he is following by way of.
Aliff claims the Nelk Boys ordered weed and he ended up delivering the products to a warehouse close to Los Angeles, the place the YouTube pranksters had arrange a pretend meth lab and employed an actor to play a cop who begins to make a drug bust earlier than finally accepting a bribe.
The man says he thought the actor was an actual police officer, and he had no thought he was being pranked till after the actual fact, when the Nelk Boys informed him it was all a joke. He says he fairly turned irate over the prank and began yelling on the guys, when their safety grabbed him from behind and put him in a chokehold … inflicting what he claims are extreme bodily and emotional accidents.
Aliff says the Nelk Boys lured him — like a lamb to slaughter — into their pretend meth lab with the intention of scary him and capturing his shocked response on digicam. He says it felt so actual, he thought he would possibly get shot by the pretend cop.
He is suing for assault and battery, false imprisonment, and infliction of emotional misery … and going after the Nelk Boys for damages.
We reached out to the Nelk Boys … to date no phrase again.