Jay-Z Spied On Witness To Force In-Person Testimony At Trial

By Frank G. Runyeon (October 15, 2021, 10:34 PM EDT) -- Jay-Z's attorney hired a private investigator to surveil the former president of the perfume company suing the hip-hop mogul, according to new court documents filed Friday night that argue the executive's doctor's notes submitted to help him avoid testifying in person don't pass the smell test. 

Jay-Z's attorney hired a private investigator to follow the former president of the perfume company suing his famous client. He argued Friday that the expected trial witness had misled the court by saying he had stayed home in fear of contracting COVID-19. The doctor's notes saying former Parlux Fragrances President Donald J. Loftus had stayed home during...

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