Alicia Keys invites teen shooting victim Ralph Yarl to concert

Alicia Keys personally invited ralph yarl Upcoming concert dates tmz,

Lee Merritt, an attorney for Yarl’s family, told the outlet that the singer has asked Ralph to come out to shows in Kansas and meet her at a concert this July.

As reported earlier, the 84-year-old Andrew Lester Ralph was shot on April 13 when the 16-year-old accidentally rang the wrong doorbell.

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Like Alicia, Roc Nation has also reportedly contacted Ralph and his family. He has reportedly offered to help out during Ralph’s recovery.

Meanwhile, Ralph’s family has since set up a trust fund for him, with the teen’s GoFundMe already having a whopping $3.4 million when donations began pouring in.

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Cooper-Jones reportedly told Cleo to rely on prayer at this time and told the victims, like her two sons, to hold power. Lester has been charged with assault after shooting the teen twice. Lester pleaded not guilty on 19 April.

Civil rights attorney Ben Crump further explained tmz that he does not believe the charges fit the crime. Authorities charged Lester with first degree assault and armed criminal action.

Case to continue on June 1, Lester to remain on bond

Clay County prosecuting attorney Zachary Thompson has since shared a statement kctv 5 on the case.

“From this point forward, the State will press to proceed with this matter as expeditiously as is legally permitted. While charges have been filed, this remains an active investigation. We are looking forward to any and all information available in this matter.” We are continuing to work with law enforcement to gather evidence. If anyone in the community has information that may assist in this case, we ask you to contact the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department or other law enforcement. Now that this is an active and pending case, our office is severely limited in the information we can publicly disclose. This is done to protect the legal integrity of the case and to protect the victim and our community. Due to our desire to ensure justice for

The matter will continue on June 1. Lester will be out on bond. He is “barred from bearing arms or having contact with the earl,” KCUR 89.3 NPR Report.