By: Barnaby Lane | Insider
Drake’s armed guards confronted process servers and “kicked” a subpoena during an attempt to summon the rapper to court in the XXXTentacion murder trial, a defense attorney in the case has claimed.
According to the Miami Herald, Mauricio Padilla, lawyer for Dedrick Williams, one of the three men accused of murdering XXXTentacion, issued a motion last week requiring Drake to deliver a deposition.
In court documents shared on Twitter Monday by Los Angeles Magazine legal reporter, Meghann Cuniff, Padilla described how an attempt was made to deliver the subpoena to Drake outside his California home on February 14.
Process servers tried to serve @Drake with a subpoena at his Beverly Hills home on Valentine's Day. It didn't go well.— Meghann Cuniff (@meghanncuniff) February 20, 2023
"Apparently, Drake’s staff believes that physically kicking the subpoena is a legally sound way of refusing service." pic.twitter.com/EpoHvIr35f
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