Rymir Satterthwaite, the alleged love child of rapper Jay Z, has approached federal court claiming that the attorneys and employees of the local court system conspired to keep away key documents from the petitioner’s counsel, Radar Online reported. Satterthwaite and his defense team have been fighting since 2011 to get the 22-year-old recognized as the “Empire State of Mind” singer’s son.
Satterthwaite has filed a Notice of Federal Younger Doctrine in the Superior Court of New Jersey claiming that dereliction of duty has led to his constitutional rights being violated. Satterthwaite has also asked the FBI to open a probe into “corruption such as but not limited to mail fraud, consumer fraud, RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act)” on part of New Jersey Camden County Trial Court Family Part, the Radar Online report said.
“This is about making sure that Jay Z is held responsible for the emotional damage that he has caused Rymir,” Lillie Collie, Satterthwaite’s former guardian, said, according to Radar Online, adding: “Rymir not only looks identical to Jay Z, but he really, really looks a lot like Jay Z’s mother, who is Rymir’s grandmother. Unfortunately, for Rymir, he has an entire family that he will never be able to know.”
Collie also insisted that the case is “not about the money at all,” adding: “The family has not gotten paid one cent since this story came out.” She added, according to Radar Online: “It is costing us a lot of money to proceed.”
A paternity suit was filed in New Jersey last year demanding a DNA test to show if Jay Z was the father of Satterthwaite, who reportedly claims that Beyonce Knowles’ husband was dating Satterthwaite’s mother in early 1990s.