YouTube star influencer and multi-millionaire has been charged by the Scottsdale Arizona police department for "documenting" the looting and vandalism visited upon the Scottsdale Fashion Mall.
But what does "unlawful assembly" and "criminal trespass" really mean in Arizona, anyway?
We dive in.
When you're a star that puts yourself on tape, you've really done most of the work for them...in Virtual Legality.
#JakePaul #Charges #Scottsdale
Discussed in this episode:
"The looting situation explained. (deleting soon)"
YouTube Video - June 3, 2020 - Jake Paul
"BREAKING: YouTuber Jake Paul has been charged with criminal trespassing and unlawful assembly"
Tweet - June 4, 2020 - ABC15 Arizona (@abc15)
"Online influencer Jake Paul charged after Scottsdale looting"
ABC 15 Arizona - June 4, 2020
"...gimme my charges..."
Tweet - June 4, 2020 - Jake Paul (@jakepaul)
Tweet - May 31, 2020 - Jake Paul (@jakepaul)
"In our continued investigation it was confirmed that Jake Paul was in attendance..."
Tweet - June 4, 2020 - ScottsdalePD (@ScottsdalePD)
Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS)
"Unlawful assembly; classification"
"Criminal trespass in the first degree; classification"
"Criminal trespass in the second degree; classification"
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