Nicki Minaj’s Mom Files $150M Lawsuit After Father’s Death

Written by on March 20, 2021

Charles Polevich, 70, was arrested and charged practically per week after he struck Nicki Minaj’s dad, Robert Maraj, as he crossed the road in Lengthy Island, NY. Nevertheless, there’s extra to come back from this tragic state of affairs that leaves a now-widowed girl in grief. 

On the night of February 12, Maraj crossed the road within the city of Mineola, when he was then struck by Polevich. 

Nicki Minaj’s mother, Carol Maraj, has filed a $150 million lawsuit towards Polevich. In response to Law&Crime, Maraj filed the lawsuit on March 8. Lawyer’s Ben Crump and Paul Napoli introduced on Friday (March 19) that he has been sued within the state Supreme Courtroom in Nassau County, NY. 

Lawyer Crump wrote on IG, “he [Polevich] was not solely irresponsible and negligent however extra involved about working away and hiding than searching for assist. Polevich’s conduct was prison, cowardly, and immoral. We are going to maintain him chargeable for his reckless actions that led to Robert Maraj’s demise!” 

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Nassau County Detective Lt. Stephen Fitzpatrick mentioned throughout a press convention that he bought out of the automobile, and he regarded on the deceased, bought into his automobile, and made the acutely aware resolution to depart as an alternative of dialing 911, as an alternative of calling an ambulance for the person.” 

Polevich was arrested and charged February 17, for abandoning the scene of an incident that led to demise and the temperament of bodily proof. 

Polevich, who’s a resident of Lengthy Island and in Guam, was mentioned to have fled the scene and hid his automobile upon arriving again house. 

Polevich’s lawyer, Marc Gannn, knowledgeable Regulation&Crime that his consumer “had an amazing quantity of empathy for the household, the loss they’ve suffered, and expressed condolences.”

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