What is Clayton Morris Doing Now?
Clayton Morris has created a loyal fan base from his social media ventures. He is best known as a YouTuber, realtor, and host of the Redacted news podcast. Before venturing into YouTube, Clayton was a co-host of Fox & Friends Weekend on Fox News Channel from 2008 to 2017.
Clayton concentrated on consumer technology for Fox over his entire tenure as a television news anchor, and he also delivered weekly technology segments for Fox News Radio and Fox News.
His journey as an entrepreneur has not been a walk in the park. Several lawsuits have been launched against him for his real estate endeavors, including one by the state of Indiana.
There have also been the positive side of his business ventures. Clayton founded the Financial Freedom Academy after developing his own methodology and discovering his love for providing information on earning passive income and the way to financial freedom.
Clayton Morris Was Born in Pennsylvania
Morris is currently 46 years old. He was born on December 31, 1976, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
Who is Clayton Morris’ wife, Natali Morris?
Clayton married his wife, Natali on October 20, 2010. The next day, Natali confirmed on CNET’s “The 404” podcast that she married Fox News Channel personality Clayton Morris in a lunchtime ceremony at New York City Hall, and that she will using the surname Morris both professionally and privately as of mid-November 2010.
They have three children together, two daughters and a son. There is something unique about this couple, they were both working in the television industry as news anchors before switching careers to business.
Natali is a former journalist who currently teaches people about personal finance. Her areas of expertise are personal finance, business ventures, and technology.
Clayton and his wife, Natali, explore geopolitical topics as well as financial, legal, and social issues that affect everyone on their YouTube channel, Redacted. They assure audiences of neutral reporting, meaningful storylines, and fruitful discussion. The couple has three children: two daughters and one son.
Wealth and Lawsuits: What is Clayton Morris’ Net Worth?
Every business has its own ups and downs and this is not something new to Clayton. He has been subjected to several lawsuits throughout his career and it has really affected his entrepreneurial endeavors.
One of the biggest lawsuits that even sparked a debate online was that of March 2019. Several investors sued him on grounds that he was operating a Ponzi scheme associated with the sales of some homes in C- and D-class areas that were advertised through his Indianapolis-based investment firm, Morris Invest.
It was so wild that more than two dozen complaints were filed in Indiana and New Jersey. Investors said they had been sold rental buildings that Morris Invest would renovate, rent out, and pay them rental money. It happened that Bert Whalen was the rightful owner of these assets.
Some investors said that after receiving rental money from certain properties for a period of time, they later learned that these properties were boarded up and abandoned, and they started receiving complaints from the local health department and the city code.
Some people discovered they had purchased run-down structures, abandoned land, or tiny shacks. Even though many investors felt they were dealing directly with Morris, Morris denied culpability, claiming that he merely referred investors to Whalen and that Whalen was in charge of maintaining the properties.
What Did Clayton Morris Study in College?
Clayton studied U.S. and Latin American history as well as broadcast journalism at the University of Pittsburgh. He enrolled at the institution in 1995 and completed his studies in 1999 with a double major in history and broadcast journalism.