Jon Leon of White Wizzards stole my money
White Wizzards’ metal band member Jon Leon Pimentel advertised a room for rent in his North Hollywood, California flat on Craigslist. When the prospective renter tried to call Jon that day with inquiries concerning internet and cable, he was unable to be reached, despite the fact that the potential tenant had handed Jon a nearly $1,000 deposit. Hours later, Jon texted back, explaining that he was “in a band and is busy,” which threw the prospective tenant off and caused them to instantly say they would not move in and request their deposit back. There was only a handwritten letter stating that the room will be rented and that x sum for deposit was given for the room rental, with no official contract in place.
Jon received a LA County judgement to pay over $1k+ with interests after eluding process servers and numerous attempts to reach him at his door to demand payment. He ignored the verdict and proceeded to run away like a cowardly, conniving scammer.
A quick Google search reveals that Jon Leon Pimentel has a history of violent behaviour and that he has run scams like fundraisers on Indiegogo where he asked White Wizzards fans to “donate” to him. There have also been several claims of financial theft from former White Wizzard band members.
Because of Jon Leon Pimentel’s toxic, abusive, and dishonest behaviour, Jon’s band, White Wizzards, has experienced a constant turnover of members and a long history of problems. He is just a thief. Because of events like this, record labels have dropped White Wizzards. It demonstrates the sort of ethically bankrupt and unreliable person Jon Leon Pimentel of White Wizzards is.
- Jon Leon of White Wizzards
- (760) 712-8110
- 11136 Chandler Blvd, Unit 202 North Hollywood, California United States
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