Mark Cuban, the owner of Dallas Mavericks, will be deposed in February as part of a proposed class-action lawsuit that accuses him of promoting a Ponzi scheme through the now-bankrupt crypto lender Voyager Digital.

The deposition will be taken on Feb 2 in Dallas, Texas. As part of the defense, two Dallas Mavericks employees will also be deposed before February 23rd.

Additionally, the judge in the case has stated that three plaintiffs behind the suit will be deposed before the end of January.

The lawsuit, filed on August 10th, accuses Cuban of misrepresenting Voyager on multiple occasions before it went bankrupt by making dubious claims of it being cheaper than competitors and offering commission-free trading services.

It also accuses the firm of offering unregistered securities and that Cuban and Voyager CEO Stephen Ehrlich used their sophisticated experience to attract uneducated investors to pour their life savings into what they believe to be a Ponzi scheme.