$250,000 is the amount TMZ reportedly paid for footage of ‘TONY‘ singer Solange attacking brother-in-law Jay Z, handing the amount to a staff member at NYC’s ‘Standard Hotel’ after pulling said footage from the elevator in which the attack happened.
However, today sees them find themselves in hot water now that their identity has been uncovered by their employers, who have now fired them and handed their details on to the authorities.
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Following an alleged bidding war launched to secure the footage, the world witnessed the ‘Losing You‘ singer enter an elevator at the hotel alongside sister Beyonce, their bodyguard Julius and brother-in-law Jay Z, all of whom had attended a 2014 Met Gala after-party at the Manhattan spot.
Once the elevator doors close, Solange is then captured launching a vicious assault on the ‘In My Lifetime’ rapper, restrained by the aforementioned Julius as her chart-topping sister looks on, here.
The Daily Mail reports:
The New York City hotel says it has identified and fired the person who recorded security video appearing to show Beyonce’s sister attacking Jay Z inside an elevator last week. The Standard Hotel says the person has been terminated for ‘breaching the security polices of the hotel and recording the confidential CCTV video.’
Neither Knowles or the Carter’s are yet to respond this recent development.