Roger Ressmeyer/Getty Pictures Jack Palladino
Jack Palladino, a infamous personal investigator who labored for celebrities together with Invoice Clinton and Harvey Weinstein, has died. He was 76.
The incident — which San Francisco District Lawyer Chesa Boudin known as a “brutal assault,” in response to the NYT — reportedly occurred on Jan. 28.
The Chronicle reported that two males tried to steal Palladino’s digicam after he had taken images of them as a result of he thought they had been as much as “mischief,” according to the SFist. Palladino reportedly struggled with the 2 males, and was dragged by a automobile and hit his head on the pavement within the course of.
The NYT reported that Palladino was positioned on life assist due to the pinnacle damage however later died.
Two males have been arrested.
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Palladino’s spouse, Sandra Sutherland, reportedly advised the Chronicle that her husband’s footage had been instrumental in resulting in suspects’ arrests.
“I mentioned, ‘Guess what, Jack, they bought the bastards, and it was all of your doing,” Sutherland reportedly advised Palladino whereas he was unconscious over the weekend, in response to the SFist.
San Francisco police and the San Francisco District Lawyer’s workplace didn’t instantly reply to PEOPLE’s request for remark Monday.
Palladino labored with the Clinton marketing campaign in 1992 to disparage Gennifer Flowers after she claimed she and the presidential candidate had an affair. He additionally reportedly labored with Harvey Weinstein after he was accused of sexual misconduct, the New Yorker reported in 2019.
Palladino, who was companions with Sutherland, additionally reportedly labored with celebrities together with R. Kelly, Courtney Love, and Kevin Costner.