TMZ’s Harvey Levin Bribery & Blackmailing Celebs?!

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Breaking!! The New Yorker has finally released a tell all expose of some of the going’s on over at TMZ.  From Bribery to Blackmail to the occasional string of informants over the years.  They’ve really laid it all out.  It comes as no surprise the under hand shady dealings that he’s been associated with and I wont be surprised if multiple lawsuits isn’t the end of the TMZ reign of abuse against celebrities.

In the early-morning hours of February 15, 2014, Ray Rice and his fiancée, Janay Palmer, stepped into an elevator at the Revel hotel and casino, in Atlantic City. Palmer and Rice, a running back for the Baltimore Ravens, were arguing as the doors slid shut. When the elevator arrived in the lobby, Palmer was lying unconscious, face down, on the floor.

According to a former security supervisor at the Revel, nearly eighteen hundred cameras streamed video to a pair of monitoring rooms on the mezzanine floor. After guards responded to the incident in the lobby, several surveillance officers gathered and wondered aloud if a tape of Rice and Palmer could be sold to TMZ—the Web site that, since its inception, in 2005, has taken a merciless approach to celebrity news.
At around 4:30 a.m., one of the surveillance officers, sitting at a monitoring-room computer, reviewed footage from a camera that faced the elevator and, using a cell phone, surreptitiously recorded the screen. The officer then called TMZ.
The article goes on to talk about several other occasions of shady dealings, primarily the blackmailing of Justin Bieber..
Read the entire Article here on The New Yorker…

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