"Supposedly, as the rumor goes, Kwame Kilpatrick and friends, which in some stories includes Col. Tadarial Sturdivant the Director of the state police, attended a party at the mayors mansion. Two or more strippers were supposed to be performing at the party for the guests. Kwames wife, Carlotta who still lived at the family home on Leslie Street, supposedly came to the mansion to check or see her husband. She walked in on the party and an unknown police officer, who was supposed to be watching the door, was unable to keep her out of the house and could not warn the mayor or guests. The mayor was allegedly in the process of of a lap dance by one of the strippers, whose nick name is Strawberry. Thus the wife was supposed to have caught the act and attacked the girl. Carlotta is then said to have a baseball bat which she either brings with her or finds in the house, in some versions she has The Club, which she uses to attack the girl so severely that the stripper ends up needing serious medical attention which includes a hospital stay. Upon this occurrence the party halts and the DPD officers escort all out and take the mayor and his wife home." From Detropolis.com article
posted on 02/27/2008 2:07:00 PM PST
(A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth. -- Aesop)
[...]she uses to attack the girl so severely that the stripper ends up needing serious medical attention which includes a hospital stay.
The question is, is that supposed to read "morgue stay"? I think the mayor claims that the rumor didn't match the girl named "Strawberry" who died, right?
I understand that SkyTel has agreed to release the TXT messages from the Tamara "Strawberry" Greene case.
posted on 02/27/2008 2:18:47 PM PST
(I'll give up my right to die when hell freezes over my dead body!)
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