The brother also believes that the United States government and President Trump are behind his "GoFundMe" page being shut down.
The older brother of the late drug kingpin Pablo Escobar alleges his campaign to impeach President Trump was shut down by GoFundMe after raising millions of dollars.
Roberto Escobar's ByeByeTrump GoFundMe campaign, which claims to have dirt on the President, raised more than $10 million in just 10 hours before the crowdfunding service stopped it to investigate, according to TMZ.
TMZ reports that GoFundMe suspended the page on Tuesday asking for more information and that the Escobars did say they responded to the company. The site, however, remains down for the time being.
Roberto, nicknamed El Osito, and Escobar Inc., the official holding company for the Escobar family, were looking to raise $50 million to pay for 'intelligence research, lobby firms and lawyers' that would lead to Trump's impeachment.