Amber Ali & Other Cast Members Are Planning To File A Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Against Joseline Hernandez, Balistic Beats & Zeus (Exclusive Details)
Last week things got heated after Amber Ali, a cast member from the current season of “Joseline’s Cabaret,” took to social media to claim that she was attacked by Joseline Hernandez and Balistic Beats while filming for the show’s reunion.
After detailing the physical altercation, Amber, as well as some of the other ladies from the show, got legal representation, and now they’re making plans to file a major lawsuit. The legal team at Adeife & Rabii confirmed to The Shade Room that Amber, Re Re O’Dell, Lexi Blow, and Henny are gearing up to file a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Joseline, Balistic, and Zeus Network.
While not all of the details about the upcoming lawsuit aren’t immediately available the women will soon address what is being called a “criminal attack.” They could be seeking up to $30 million in the lawsuit.
As previously reported, after Amber took to social media to speak about the altercation, Joseline then took to Twitter shortly after to speak about the situation and said, “I mortal kombat one h*e, pimp slapped another one. Pushed one into last night’s episode. Kicked down a few on the ground. I slapped fire out of everyone on that stage. Me n my crew wait for it.”
After things seemed to simmer down, Joseline and Balistic released a joint statement denouncing the claims against them, and said, that the show is a platform that was started for women empowerment.
They said in their statement, “We are deeply saddened by the accusations made against our family at the Joseline’s Cabaret Reunion. Joseline is the mother of a five-year-old girl and would never take any action to jeopardize her family. Joseline’s Cabaret was created on the foundation of female empowerment. One of our program’s core values is supporting women, not breaking them down.”
The statement continued, “While we support Zeus Network in its message in condemning bullying, unprovoked violence, and men attacking women, we strongly disagree with a correlation between these themes and the events that took place last night. There is footage of the events and we are confident that our position is made obvious.”
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