Karma? Winklevoss Brothers Are Being Sued

After suing Mark Zuckerberg again for supposedly miscalculating Facebook's actual value, the Twins find themselves as the defendants in a lawsuit filed by a former business partner...

After suing Mark Zuckerberg again for supposedly miscalculating Facebook’s actual value, the Twins find themselves as the defendants in a lawsuit filed by a former business partner…

According to the BusinessInsider, the Winklevosses’ former business partner Wayne Chang is claiming he got cut off from part of the profits Tyler and Cameron made after selling ConnectU to Facebook as part of their settlement agreement with the latter. Chang had previously merged his web development business with ConnectU, creating a new company, The Winklevoss Chang Group (WCG). When ConnectU was sold to Facebook, Chang says, he never saw a dime from that settlement.

Chang claims that the twins had “expressly agreed that the litigation between ConnectU and Facebook was an asset of ConnectU and an asset of WCG,” so why, he says, didn’t he get part of the money they made after the settlement? BusinessInsider has a scan of the entire complaint. Page 5 even features an alleged instant message conversation between “CWinklevoss” and Chang arriving at a deal!

Earlier today we had informed that, after two years, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss’ appeal of their settlement with Facebook finally got a scheduled court date of January 11, 2011.

These guys might continue to haunt Zuckerberg’s dreams, but it seems that now someone has begun haunting theirs…