In a statement emailed to EURweb, here’s what’s on the mind of Ross’ attorney, Xavier Donaldson:
“The recent lawsuit filed by Curtis Jackson against Mr. William Roberts is clearly another attempt to draw attention to his descending entertainment career and one of several desperate, last minute attempts he’s made to avoid and deflect legal and financial responsibility for his own actions related to the pending New York City civil trial in which he’s a defendant.
The New York City lawsuit was filed against Curtis Jackson five years ago. Mr. Roberts was neither named as a defendant nor legally joined by Mr. Jackson in that suit. If and/or when Mr. Jackson properly serves Mr. Roberts, we will aggressively address and defend against these frivolous and futile claims.”
Sounds like Mr. Roberts and Attorney Donaldson mean business. This is beefin’ on a whole ‘nother level. Intelligent beefin’. Who knew?! We like it.
Well, not be out done, after seeing the info above from Attorney Donaldson, 50 Cent’s legal team at Bickel & Brewer wanted us to let you know what they have in mind. Here’s a statement from Curtis Jackson’s attorney, William Brewer:
“Our client is pleased to see that Mr. Roberts, a/k/a Rick Ross, has obtained legal counsel and appears willing to accept service of this legal filing,” says William A. Brewer III, partner at Bickel & Brewer and lead counsel for Mr. Jackson. “Mr. Jackson believes the facts will clearly demonstrate that the person primarily responsible for the posting of the video in question is Mr. Roberts. We hope he will join us in bringing the facts of this case into full public view as quickly as possible, so Mr. Jackson may pursue all the remedies to which he is entitled.”
Sounds like Mr. Roberts, Mr. Jackson and their respective legal teams mean business. This is beefin’ on a whole ‘nother level. Intelligent beefin’. Who knew?! We like it. 🙂
In any event, click here, if you want to know the story behind 50 Cent’s lawsuit against Rick Ross.