Jay-Z Offers Legal Support To Family In $10 Million Suit Against Phoenix Police Dept.

Earlier this week, a video Phoenix, Arizona police ficers drawing their guns in excessive fashion, quickly went viral, casting light on a civil suit filed against the city’s police department in the upwards $10 million. The video, recorded by a complete bystander, depicts a young couple, specifically the pregnant woman, having guns pointed at them from outside their babysitter’s apartment complex.

According to FOX News and now BET, Jay-Z has stepped in to lend a hand in their efforts, by sharing his legal resources with the couple, free charge – including the services ace attorney Alex Spiro. You might recall hearing Spiro, following 21 Savage’s ICE arrest. There too, Jay-Z fered his help, in whatever capacity he could.

The couple is seeking $10 million in damages ($2.5 million per individual involved) as well as the termination the ficers, accused domestic battery, unlawful imprisonment, false arrest, and other civil rights violations, as noted in the documents filed in court.

Mayor Kate Gallego personally apologized to the family on behalf in labeling the ficers’ actions as “completely inappropriate and clearly unpressional.” As a result, Gallego has vowed to implement body cameras at every local precinct as an added measure police accountability/protocol. The Pheonix PD has so far refused to release the name the alleged ficer(s).