Jack Paul remains not charged with entering a mall that was ransacked after the murder of George Floyd in 2020.
It’s reports TMZ Thursday evening.
The Arizona attorney general’s office told TMZ that they will not prosecute Jack Paul, a well-known boxer and YouTuber for his presence during the mall looting on May 30, 2020.
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In a video from the same day, showing the looting of the Scottsdale Fashion Square shopping center, Paul, 23, is seen watching people storm the mall, according to the British newspaper The Guardian. NBC News.
The background to the accusation is that in a later recording, it emerged that Paul was inside the shopping center after closing time, according to a Scottsdale police press release at the time.
“Give me the charge and let’s focus again on George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter,” Paul said when he learned of the charge.
In connection with the investigation against Jake Paul, several FBI agents also broke into a YouTuber’s villa in Calabasas, California. Several firearms are said to have been confiscated.
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Jake Paul’s attorney has this comment that the prosecution is not prosecuting their client.
“We are pleased that the prosecution has reached the conclusion that there is no basis to bring charges,” David Chesnov and Richard Schoenfeld told TMZ.
Jack Paul and his brother Logan grew up on YouTube. Jake has over 20 million followers.
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