Spotlight Live Sued for $10 Million Over Stabbing Death

Spotlight Live: the scene of the crime.
Spotlight Live: the scene of the crime. Photo: Shanna Ravindra

More trouble for Spotlight Live, the karaoke club where Ingrid Rivera recently met her end at the hands of employee Sayed Rahman. The estate of Samir Wilkens, who was stabbed to death outside of the club in January, is suing to the tune of $10 million, claiming that employees were negligent when they ejected him into an “unruly, violent, and macabre” crowd. If Steve Lewis’s NYPD sources are correct when they say that “Spotlight is in trouble”, then you have to assume they’re now in deep trouble.

Nightclub Sued Over Death Of Man [NYS]