Crypto influencer and YouTuber Ben “BitBoy” Armstrong has found himself in legal trouble after failing to appear at a court hearing related to his promotion of FTX, a failed cryptocurrency exchange.

Armstrong was one of several YouTubers named in a lawsuit by plaintiff Adam Moskowitz, who accused them of launching a harassment campaign against him.

While the other YouTubers attended the hearing, Armstrong was notably absent, posting a picture of himself on a beach on Twitter at the same time. Following this, Moskowitz contacted local police and the FBI, citing concerns about the influencer’s behavior.

Judge Melissa Damian was reportedly furious about Armstrong’s absence, stating that she would issue a warrant for his arrest if he didn’t appear before Monday.

She also reported his conduct to the FBI and ordered him to stop publicly communicating about Moskowitz, an order he has already violated. Armstrong’s attorney has stated that he will appear in court in May while attending the Miami Bitcoin conference.

This is not the first time BitBoy has been embroiled in legal issues. Last year, he filed a defamation suit against fellow YouTuber Erling Mengshoel Jr, also known as “Atozy,” but later dropped the charges due to public backlash.

BitBoy’s recent behavior has drawn criticism from many in the crypto community, with some calling for him to be removed from the platform.