Dillon Danis Gets Served In Nina Agdal Lawsuit But Refuses To Take Documents (Video)

Dillon Danis pointing while wearing a hat

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Dillon Danis can be seen on camera refusing process service in his ongoing lawsuit with Logan Paul’s fiancee, Nina Agdal. After telling the process server “that’s not me” the papers were then left at his residence.

Nina filed a lawsuit against Dannis after he repeatedly posted pictures of her to social media in an ongoing effort to troll Logan Paul ahead of their fight in October.

The process server had his camera rolling while presenting Dillon Danis with the lawsuit papers at Dillon’s residence. Danis can be seen acknowledging the process server and telling them they cannot come inside his building before walking away.

In the state of New Jersey, all this means is the process server can mail Dannis those documents and it counts. Each state has their own rules on this. In Florida it is a misdemeanor to refuse process service. But in New Jersey, according to Serve Now, the rules are:

“If the addressee refuses to claim or accept delivery of registered or certified mail, service may be made by ordinary mail addresed to the defendant’s usual place of abode. The party making service may, at the party’s option, make service simultaneously by registered or certified mail and ordinary mail, and if the addressee refuses to claim or accept delivery of registered mail and if the ordinary mailing is not returned, the simultaneous mailing shall constitute effective service.”

So, all it does is add an extra step for the process server who now has to mail Dillon Danis the documents, which they might have already simultaneously done. But he has been served in the lawsuit filed by Nina Agdal.

According to TMZ Nina Agdal filed the lawsuit saying “she’s suffered humiliation, emotional distress, and reputational harm … and even claims Danis broke State and Federal law on one occasion when he allegedly gained access to a private video on her phone.”

TMZ says Dillon Danis now has 21 days to respond to the complaint according to New Jersey law.

Logan Paul is set to fight Dillon Danis on October 14 in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. It remains to be seen how, if at all, this lawsuit will impact that fight.