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Diddy bought the beating tape from Hotel for $50k. Hotel should be investigated as well

Posted on 5/17/24 at 6:51 pm
Posted by Covingtontiger77
Member since Dec 2015
10506 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 6:51 pm
The hotel sold a surveillance tape to a perpetrator for $50k.

Someone at the hotel reviewed and saw the footage of a crime.

Instead of telling Diddy frick off and bringing the tape to the police, Diddy was allowed to abuse for 8 years after this incident.

What other and whose other crimes is the hotel covering up by selling surveillance videos of crimes?

The victims of Diddy’s crimes should also sue the hotel chain for failure to report.
This post was edited on 5/17/24 at 6:52 pm
Posted by deeprig9
Unincorporated Ozora, Georgia
Member since Sep 2012
64494 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 6:55 pm to
Hotel: "We don't have a team of 475 people watching every camera at all times, we store it all on a VMS. If a crime was reported and law enforcement asked us for the video records, we would have gladly, and within our policy, handed it over. This never occurred. We move for the case to be dismissed."

Judge: "Case dismissed".
Posted by TJack
BR
Member since Dec 2018
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Posted on 5/17/24 at 6:56 pm to
But he was revered on The View.
Posted by SlowFlowPro
Simple Solutions to Complex Probs
Member since Jan 2004
425194 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 6:56 pm to
quote:

The victims of Diddy’s crimes should also sue the hotel chain for failure to report.

Are hotels mandatory reporters?
Posted by novabill
Crossville, TN
Member since Sep 2005
10477 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:02 pm to
quote:

he hotel sold a surveillance tape to a perpetrator for $50k.

Someone at the hotel reviewed and saw the footage of a crime.

Instead of telling Diddy frick off and bringing the tape to the police, Diddy was allowed to abuse for 8 years after this incident.

What other and whose other crimes is the hotel covering up by selling surveillance videos of crimes?

The victims of Diddy’s crimes should also sue the hotel chain for failure to report.


Is there a legal obligation to report a crime?

At what point does it become evidence?

Just asking, not disputing your point.
Posted by dukke v
PLUTO
Member since Jul 2006
204061 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:05 pm to
A pure thug….
Posted by saint tiger225
San Diego
Member since Jan 2011
37422 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:05 pm to
Diddy has that billionaire privilege.

People who have money can do and get away with things most of us normal folks can only dream of.
Posted by Covingtontiger77
Member since Dec 2015
10506 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:07 pm to
quote:

Hotel: "We don't have a team of 475 people watching every camera at all times, we store it all on a VMS. If a crime was reported and law enforcement asked us for the video records, we would have gladly, and within our policy, handed it over. This never occurred. We move for the case to be dismissed."

Judge: "Case dismissed"



Plaintiff lawyer: Hi. So you say you can’t and don’t review all security footage on your properties, correct?

Hotel: Yes. That’s correct

Plaintiff lawyer: well let me ask you this. Say I’m staying at your hotel and I walk up to the front desk and say that I want to purchase security footage from your camera. Do you and your people simply take my money and give me the tape without reviewing it?

Let’s say you do review it before you sell it to me and there is a crime clearly evident occurring on the footage, what do you do then?

A step further, you believe that you have no duty to report any crime that you happen to see on your surveillance video at any point?

Hotel: if a crime is not reported then, correct we have no duty.

Plaintiff lawyer: ok you are going to go with that defense at trial?

Hote: yes

Plaintiff lawyer: see you in court.


This post was edited on 5/17/24 at 7:08 pm
Posted by boosiebadazz
Member since Feb 2008
80520 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:09 pm to
Before that enthralling exchange there’d be a motion to dismiss for failure to state a cause of action.

And the hotel would have a strong argument to get the suit dismissed.
Posted by Chief Hinge
There and Here
Member since Sep 2018
2957 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:11 pm to
Take this take to da twittahs bra
Posted by Covingtontiger77
Member since Dec 2015
10506 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:15 pm to
quote:

Before that enthralling exchange there’d be a motion to dismiss for failure to state a cause of action.


Oh I would love to argue that before a judge.

Inkeepers/hotels have the duty of reasonable care of being vigilant and protecting their guests from foreseeable risks. This includes protection from injuries and criminal acts caused by other guests and assaults and negligence from their own employees.


If one guest requests a surveillance tape in exchange for money or other consideration, and the hotel either reviews or doesn’t review the content and a crime is shown on that footage, I believe their duty has been breached.


No judge is going to dismiss my cause of action on an MSJ nor other pre trial motion to dismiss.


Downvote all you want.

Woman gets beat on their property.

Perp buys tape for $50k

Perp is accused of abusing others following abuse at hotel.

Judge ain’t dismissing a case against a hotel in a woman beating case.


My clients and I would win bigly.


Hotel is/ would be fricked.

This post was edited on 5/17/24 at 7:20 pm
Posted by Chief Hinge
There and Here
Member since Sep 2018
2957 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:17 pm to
Tell me you’re not a trial attorney without telling me you’re not a trial attorney.
Posted by dstone12
Texan
Member since Jan 2007
30650 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:18 pm to
He also didn’t say “Christ is King” so he may be safe.
Posted by Fat and Happy
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2013
17120 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:18 pm to
Always have a back up.

You don’t just get rid of evidence like that. You gotta have leverage
Posted by JonTheTigerFan
Central, LA
Member since Nov 2003
6795 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:19 pm to
quote:

Tell me you’re not a trial attorney without telling me you’re not a trial attorney.


I’m so ready for this expression to go away
Posted by sec13rowBBseat28
St George, LA
Member since Aug 2006
15416 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:22 pm to
What hotel chain did this happen at?
Posted by Kafka
I am the moral conscience of TD
Member since Jul 2007
142935 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:23 pm to
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I’m so ready for this expression to go away
bigly
Posted by Covingtontiger77
Member since Dec 2015
10506 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:25 pm to
quote:

Is there a legal obligation to report a crime?

At what point does it become evidence?



I would argue they have a legal obligation to report from the moment someone from their organization either reviews the tape follows a very odd request to buy hotel security footage and/or they have a duty to at least review the contents of said tape following the very odd request to buy said tape.

Does the hotel really want to go with the defense, “ well yea we sold the tape. But we didn’t look at it before we gave it to Diddy.”

Oh really!?!!

So you are in the business of selling surveillance tape at your hotels to anyone or any guest that requests and is willing to purchase?

In that case we would like to purchase security footage of your outside pool cameras. Thanks
This post was edited on 5/17/24 at 7:26 pm
Posted by MFn GIMP
Member since Feb 2011
19496 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:29 pm to
quote:

I would argue they have a legal obligation

Not defending Diddy but that sounds like compelled speech to me so no thanks.
Posted by Covingtontiger77
Member since Dec 2015
10506 posts
Posted on 5/17/24 at 7:29 pm to
quote:

What hotel chain did this happen at


Hotel intercontinental.
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