Reports: Remaining depositions in Tamara ‘Strawberry’ Greene case ordered
An imprisoned former mayor, his wife and his lover could all be deposed by the end of the month, per a judge’s orders.
In the ongoing wrongful death case of Tamara “Strawberry” Greene, Chief U.S. District Judge Gerald E. Rosen does not want to extend depositions for the lawsuit past July 30, according to the Detroit News.
Rosen has called a meeting between all of the attorneys in the case on Monday. The Detroit Free Press reports that Norman Yatooma, an attorney for Greene’s family, complained about defense attorney’s efforts to delay proceedings in the case.
Greene was rumored to have danced at the infamous party at the Manoogian Mansion that may not have happened. Of the six remaining depositions, Kwame Kilpatrick, Carlita Kilpatrick, Christine Beatty, Bernard Kilpatrick have yet to give statements.
Kwame Kilpatrick is currently in prison. Christine Beatty has moved to Atlanta, while Carlita Kilpatrick is in the process of moving somewhere in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Bernard Kilpatrick had been living with Carlita and her grandchildren in Texas.