Drake is a highly experienced and accomplished musician who understands his value and influence in the music industry. He has a vast catalog of timeless hits that have captivated fans for years, making him one of the leading forces in the industry. His talent has earned him respect from both listeners and fellow musicians, firmly establishing him as a dominant figure in the world of music. He is also involved in XXXTENTACION’s murder trial and now it seems his security team threw out legal papers which were served to him on Valentine’s Day.
According to RadarOnline, on Valentine’s Day, a lawyer defending suspects involved in XXXTentacion’s murder attempted to serve legal papers to Drake, but the process server had a run-in with the rapper’s security guards.
The incident took place when the process server attempted to deliver the legal papers, but was met with resistance from Drake’s security team. It was a tense moment that ultimately did not result in the papers being served.
As revealed by court documentation, a defense lawyer for XXXTentacion’s murder suspect Dedrick Williams is still working to question Drake about the case. Drake was initially ordered to be deposed, but his lawyer objected to the request. The judge ultimately ruled in favor of the objection and Drake did not have to sit for a deposition.
However, the defense lawyer in the case believes that the court order still requires Drake to cooperate and provide information to the defense team. The lawyer stated that the judge’s expectation was for the parties to work together, despite the deposition being vacated.
On Valentine’s Day, a lawyer hired a process server to deliver a new subpoena to Drake at his luxurious Beverly Crest mansion. Despite Drake having accepted service at the same location before, the armed guards stationed at the front of the property refused to comply with the process server’s attempts to serve the legal document. The process server recounted that the guards closed the enormous gate in his face, leaving him with no choice but to post the subpoena.
However, one of Drake’s security personnel proceeded to kick the document down the long driveway leading up to the mansion. A second process server later arrived at the property only to be met with the same hostile treatment from the armed guards, who instructed him to leave immediately.
The server said he asked for a guard’s name and was told, “Nope, there is no need. You got to get off private property guys. It’s private property and you guys got to get off the private property.”
According to the process server, when he informed one of the guards that they were legally allowed to serve a guard, the guard refused to comply, stating that they were not obligated to do anything or accept the papers. The process server intended to leave the papers behind, but the guard threatened to discard any documents left behind.
The defense lawyer has accused Drake of stalling the murder trial by trying to waste time. As the trial continues, the lawyer has demanded that Drake be summoned for another deposition. However, the judge has not yet made a ruling on the matter.
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