SpotemGottem’s Lawyer Threatens To Sue Dallas PD Over Murder Allegations

The detective provided a video for the news channel in which she claimed the murder suspects were clearly featured. Liberty also confirmed in the statement that police officials had contacted her to let her office know that the rapper had been cleared of any suspicion in the 2020 murder. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) “Further, Fox4News failed to conduct any fact-checking prior to airing this malicious television interview that named Mr. “Given the irreparable harm to my client’s reputation, the foot-dragging in acknowledging their outright false statements, and the outright negligence by speaking authoritatively on a homicide investigation prior to conducting basic due diligence, I am in the process of filing a lawsuit.”
Complex also indicated that Detective Belew herself has already admitted that SpotemGottem is no longer a person of interest in the 2020 homicide investigation. “This story has now gone viral around the world with follow-on press reports in the United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands, and India, in addition to millions of impressions made through social media.”
It is because of this that legal action must be taken, she added. According to detective Belew, SpotemGottem was wanted by Dallas police for his alleged involvement in a 2020 homicide. She further added that the incident has since gone viral, generating interest around the world for all the wrong reasons. Liberty has described the officer’s accusations as libelous and said that he intends to file a lawsuit. In spite of this, KDFW Fox 4 has not retracted the video news coverage, which is no doubt still doing damaging to his burgeoning career. Harden as a key figure in a murder investigation. “The libelous statements made by Det. According to the 19-year-old’s lawyer, the Florida rapper is not one of the suspects in the unsolved 2020 homicide. The rapper’s lawyer, Raven Liberty, is now making it clear that the accusations and the story surrounding them are simply not true. The video that was shown appears to be from the rapper’s video for his unreleased track “Again.” It doesn’t really seem to raise any suspicions for rap fans who are well aware of the type of lyrics that feature in hardcore rap videos, but it seems it piqued the interest of the detective. One of the lines states, “F*ck the law and all you b*tches/They don’t even know who did it.”
According to Belew, the video was used to send a statement that murder had been committed and that the perpetrators had gotten away with it. She also chastised Fox4News and the police department for not apologizing for the slanderous debacle. You can check out the clip below. Over the weekend, a Dallas Homicide Detective, Patty Belew, appeared on KDFW Fox 4 and made some serious accusations against SpotemGottem, real name Nehemiah Harden. Belew claimed was about the death of Reginald Agnew, Jr and taunted the Dallas Police Department,” Liberty wrote in a statement which was given to Complex. You know that is like stepping like ‘Hey we did this and the police don’t even know who did it and we’re going to get away with murdering this young man,” she said. “Finally, this morning, the Dallas Police Department made contact with my office confirming that Mr. Belew originated from her misunderstanding about a YouTube’ rap video’ (in fact, a livestream) that Det. To date, neither the Dallas Police Department or Fox4News have issued an apology or retracted the fraudulent and damaging story,” she added. The allegations, which included that he was involved in murder, soon went viral. Harden is cleared in the investigation of the murder of Reginal Agnew,” part of the statement read. She used part of a statement on the matter to make her intentions clear for her client. “That is very bold. She added that the entire scenario stems from the detective’s lack of due diligence.