Makini Chaka was a CELEBRITY BROKER (Chaka’s lawyers say we can’t legally call her a MADAM under threat of a libel suit), when she had a run in with Redskins TE Fred Davis, at a club back in 2011. According to Chaka, during an altercation at the club, Davis threw juice on her and hit her with a bottle, that injured her lip.
She wants $350k from Davis because in her words.
Chaka is demanding compensation for medical bills, emotional distress, and property damage. “My boots, which were suede, were damaged by the acid in the juice,” said Chaka, a 34-year-old Baltimore woman.
Those must have been some expensive boots.
Here is how Chaka describe her “CELEBRITY BROKER“ business.
“Fred Davis ruined my entire business,” a tearful Chaka said today. “I lost everything.”
Chaka claimed she earned between $60,000 and $70,000 a year from her celebrity business in 2010. But her 2011 earnings were only $20,000 as a result of the negative publicity she garnered through her trouble with Davis. “No one wanted to do business with me,” she testified. She had to take a day job as a secretary in order to avoid being “homeless,” Chaka testified.
Davis describe it in another way.
“It is well known in the sports and entertainment industry, particularly in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area, that [Chaka] recruits women to work for her and provide sexual favors to athletes or other entertainer[s] in exchange for money,” Prince said in court documents. He said he knew “at least two women who [Chaka] attempted to recruit to work for her in this capacity.”
Chaka says the altercation started because Ravens and Redskins players don’t get along.
The incident in question took place on January 6, 2011, during a surprise party for Davis thrown by his Redskins teammates at Josephine Nightclub. Chaka said she arrived at with a number of Ravens players, including Denver Broncos runningback Willis McGahee, whom she identified as a client. “The Redskins and the Ravens players don’t get along,” Chaka testified.
“A lot of the Redskins players are jealous of the Ravens players because they are a better team.”
The trial is now over and they are both awaiting a verdict from the Judge.