Jack Paul has not yet been charged with entering a mall that was looted after the assassination of George Floyd in 2020.
It suggests TMZ Thursday evening.
The Arizona Attorney’s Office told TMZ that when the mall was looted on May 30, 2020, the famous boxer and YouTuber would not sue Jack Paul.
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In a video on the same day showing the looting of the Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall, Paul (23) is said to be watching people enter the mall. NBC News.
The background to the charge, which was later recorded, appeared to be inside the shopping center shortly after Paul closed, according to a police statement in Scottsdale at the time.
“Give me responsibility, let’s focus again on George Floyd and Black Lives Matter,” Paul said when charged.
In connection with the investigation into Jake Paul, several FBI agents entered YouTube’s Villa in Galapasia, California. Several guns are said to have been confiscated.
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Jake Paul’s lawyers are of the opinion that they are not suing their client.
– David Chesnoff and Richard Schonfeld tell TMZ that we are pleased to conclude that there is no evidence to support the case.
Jack Paul and his brother Logan grew up on YouTube. Jake has more than 20 million followers.