A lawyer says a stripper got $1,000 to perform at a dope-fueled party at Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s mansion and saw wife, Carlita Kilpatrick, attack a woman who was giving the then-mayor a lap dance.
Tamika Ruffin’s statement comes in documents released today by Norman Yatooma, lawyer for another stripper killed months after the long-rumored 2002 party. Yatooma’s filing is a response to efforts by Kilpatrick and the city to dismiss a lawsuit by Tamara Greene’s family. The 27-year-old Greene was shot to death in 2003 from what seemed to be “a professional hit.” Her family says city officials suppressed the investigation.
The case has been delayed due to the fact that the mayor threw out his computer months before the endo of his term in 2008. No one has been charged, and city lawyers deny officials squelched a probe. Ruffin claims Carlita Kilpatrick attacked Greene with a table leg or board.
When you try to cover up these things, it’s only a matter of time before the truth comes out!!