We literally had to buy out an investor just because they were starting to create ruckus and like, "oh, the founder should go". And yeah, maybe the founder wasn't operating in the best manner in terms of capability, but in my opinion, it's the founder's company and we are there to enable them. And if it doesn't work out, our business model in itself has given us that opportunity to move on and focus on the things that are doing well. Try and help the companies that are not performing as much as you can, but beyond a point, like you just have to move on. Instead of saying 'oh, I'll go and shake things up and change this guy and that guy, and fire this and creating internal politics'. Honestly, I don't know where they find the time to do that. At least, I don't have any of that time. Like this company, one of the LPs of the VC had personally invested in the company, also a significant sum. Not only did the VCs start throwing around their way and creating ruckus. But, on the other side, the LP actually ended up suing the company. Oh, wow.
Yeah. Right. And we had to fight a court case, like in arbitration courts, but we did and we won, but it was insane. For a small company where you're probably not gonna make much money if you do do that. Like of course, if it's a billion dollar company sitting on millions of paper value. Sure. You'll probably pay legal course of action just to protect some of that value, right. But if we are talking about nickels and dimes, do you really care about your money? Half of your money coming back and you are gonna sue somebody for it? Yeah. Like this kind of stuff happens fairly often, I would say. Maybe like 10% of the times we see this kind of stuff.