user-100400702 calm down. Let's break it down bit by bit, shall we?
We know that Reddit has a policy to permanently ban people, who use bots to massive personal gain. Flux still has his Reddit account, which proves that the Reddit post is falsely claiming its most central point. Flux did indeed delete his previous posts, which i can agree can be interpreted as being shady, while it could also be a move out of desperation to not get more flame than he already got.
From your Imgur post, all I can see is a person who prioritized other parts of his life, over a site that was hardly alive. It seems like he was threatened by a lawsuit, which had no legitimate claims, which would frighten just about anyone.
I'm not saying that Flux hasn't done any mistakes, nor that he that he've handled every single situation perfectly, but rather that not all details regarding these situations are clear, and that, given Reddit policies, some are just straight up false.
You're perfectly allowed to dislike Flux, but it's not okay to spread these things around as if they were the absolute truth.