To some of the National Basketball Association’s most promising upcoming players, Andrew Jang is the dude who suits them up with bespoke designer clothes for their off-court publicity appearances. To a group of Seattle investors and others from different states, Andrew “Jang” is an alias for Drew Morrison, the man who left creditors, charities and investors high and dry when he disappeared from Seattle
Leaving Seattle in early 2016, Drew Morrison a.k.a. Andrew Jang, fled a civil bench warrant issued for his arrest. In the underlying civil case, after Mr. Morrison repeatedly refused to comply with Court Orders and altered bank records he produced in response to discovery, the King County Superior Court entered a Judgment and Findings of Fact including investment fraud and criminal profiteering.
We learned that Mr. Morrison moved to Chicago and assumed a new identity. True to form, Mr. Morrison, a/k/a Jang, has formed a new company and a new investment opportunity. The latest company he has formed is Vogue Individual, LLC., using the branded designer name of Adriaen Black. Adriean Black has expanded from Chicago to New York. The business/investment plan offers custom clothing and targets the “one percent” of the elite income bracket in the United States: professional athletes in the NBA, NFL and MLB.
A self proclaimed “made to measure designer” Andrew Jang/Drew Morrison claims to have worked with over 20 professional teams including a roster of pros such as Brooklyn Nets’ Jeremy Lin and Tyler Zeller, Philadelphia 76er’s Trevor Booker and Joel Embiid, Los Angeles Rams’ Todd Gurley and Boston Red Sox’ Mookie Betts. Jang/Morrison has stated he is targeting 35 teams by the end of the league’s current season.
Mr. Morrison/Jang is again raising funds and seeking investors. Jang/Morrison has filed an offerings with the Securities and Exchange Commission seeking investment funds of $500,000 for his Adriean Black designer name. The offering was filed with the SEC under his assumed name of Andrew Jang. This latest offering is eerily similar to his SEC security offering in Seattle for Cityguru. It has yet to be verified if the SEC has been advised the offering was made under an assumed name.
The SEC offering also includes a fellow officer/promoter, Travis Swanson. To what extent Swanson may be involved in Jang’s business is unknown. If Mr. Swanson is aware of Mr. Morrison’s legal name and the use of an alias with a Federal SEC filing, it may become a problem for Mr. Swanson
Morrison/Jang continues to work the charity angle to promote his new venture while attempting to portray a more favorable image. Mr. Morrison’s charity “work” in Seattle became the subject of several investigative reports by a local television station
In the Seattle Court proceeding, Mr. Morrison admitted that he has not paid taxes since 2007 and that he does not keep financial/accounting records. It appears that the sports stars with whom Mr. Morrison/Jang is doing business, and his investors, have not uncovered Mr. Morrison’s past. The “recreated” Andrew Morrison now known as Andrew Jang, is an important lesson in conducting due diligence before making any investments.
Oh My Gosh! I wondered what happened to the man who promised everything and delivered only broken promises and hurt, financial and emotional. Many of us trusted Drew and his sincere, honey dripping promises and explanations of why and how we were cheated. Without a doubt, he has found another woman to buy into his tales of woe, support him, hide him and then she wonders when he is done with her where were the sweet love and support he promised went.
If you have an address for Jang or whatever he calls himeself, please post on this web site. He should be arrested! Maybe professional sports do not tolerate domestic violence, but conning charities and investores is okay? Sad.
Thank You, Thank You and Thank You! I am glad to finally know the rock he crawled under. My attorney will be happy to know too.
Thank you for speaking out; the more people who speak out and the more information they provide us the closer we will get to holding him accountable for everyone he has cheated.
And thank you for volunteering your attorney’s contact information; we will contact her tomorrow. We are closing in on his trail. Justice be done!
Is the reward still on his head? Who do I contact if I spot him in town and how do I know I will get the reward?
Evidence is that he has been sneaking in and out of Seattle and we wonder who he may be visiting that he hasn’t already burned?
Yes, if you are directly responsible for Drew Morrison/Andrew Jang being taken into custody because of information you have provided, the reward is yours; no questions asked. Please be aware you will have to somehow prove that the “Andrew Jang” they take into custody is the real “Drew Morrison” because he is for sure to have changed his identification along with his name…and will certainly argue that he is NOT the person they are looking for!
If you have knowledge of his whereabouts are while he is in town undercover, please immediately contact:
Civil Process Unit
King County Courthouse, Seattle, WA 98104
REFERENCE: CAUSE NO. 13-2-03663-1 SEA
Same old Drew. Different city, same con. My attorney is looking for an address for Mr. Morrison, or whatever he calls himself. Any information posted in this site about his address will be appreciated. He nearly wrecked my business because I believed his many promises. No doubt he has some other woman believing his stories of how he was wronged and she will protect him. If she bothers to count the number of women he has used, she should ask herself why so many women and charities don’t trust him or flat out hate him. Oh well, the gullible pay the rent and support for Drew the serpent.
Please contact us at CityGuruInvestor.com to discuss Morrison’s/Jang’s address.
What is the reward?
Hey, I think he’s one step ahead of you….he’s no longer in Chicago–he’s in New York.
I know where to find him in NYC. Address. Phone Number. Everything. Who do I contact?
Please contact us at CityGuruInvestor@Yahoo.com. We will put you in contact with the appropriate people who can help you the most