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Nicki Minaj’s mom has filed a lawsuit towards the person charged with killing her husband in a success and run final month (Feb21).
The Starships star’s 64-year-old father, Robert Maraj, died on 12 February when he was struck by a automobile between Roslyn Highway and Raff Avenue in Nassau County, New York, with the motive force of the automobile that hit him allegedly fleeing the scene.
Charles Polevich, 70, later turned himself in to police in reference to the incident and was charged with two felonies, together with leaving the scene of an incident involving dying of an individual and tampering with or suppressing bodily proof.
And on Friday (19Mar21), Nicki’s now-widowed mom, Carol Maraj, filed paperwork to sue Polevich in state Supreme Courtroom, the place she is in search of $150 million .
The information was confirmed by her attorneys, Ben Crump and Paul Napoli.
Crump wrote on Instagram: “Paul Napoli and I’ve filed a $150 million lawsuit within the hit-and-run dying of Robert Maraj, @nickiminaj’s father.
“He was fatally injured in a hit-and-run accident on February 12, 2021, when he was struck by a automobile being pushed by Charles Polevich as Mr. Maraj walked alongside a Lengthy Island highway. After hanging Maraj, Polevich left the accident scene and didn’t name for emergency companies or render support to Maraj.
“He was not solely irresponsible and negligent, however extra involved about working away and hiding than in search of assist.
“Polevich’s habits was prison, cowardly, and immoral. We’ll maintain him accountable for his reckless actions that led to Robert Maraj’s dying! (sic)”
In line with the prison grievance filed towards Polevich, the person allegedly hit Robert together with his 1992 white Volvo, and police say he “then exited his automobile, stood over the sufferer, requested him if ‘he was okay’, walked and returned to his automobile and fled the scene.”
Police additionally allege Polevich then drove to his house “avoiding intersections and did conceal his automobile within the indifferent storage at his residence.”
On the time of his arrest, Polevich’s bail was set at $250,000 , and he was ordered to give up his passport, in addition to having his journey restricted to New York.