James Brown Death Probe Considered to Be Reopened Over Foul Play Evidence

Jacque Hollander, who knew the late Godfather of Soul, has reportedly stepped forward with new evidence that suggests the singer was murdered in addition to a list of witnesses.

AceShowbiz - Prosecutors are considering reopening the case surrounding the death of soul legend James Brown due to evidence of foul play.

Jacque Hollander, who knew Brown before he passed, has stepped forward with a mountain of items for investigators that suggest he was murdered.

A spokesperson from the Fulton County District Attorney's Office has confirmed to TMZ that prosecutor Paul Howard met with Hollander on Wednesday (February 12) and she gave him a bin full of new evidence, including text messages and a list of witnesses, which point towards a potential homicide.

The attorney has directed his investigators to interview Holland further and if the alleged proof of foul play she has submitted holds up, he has expressed solid interest in reopening the case.

James died at 73 on Christmas Day in 2006 at an Atlanta hospital. His death certificate suggested he had suffered a heart attack, murder rumours have never ceased, thanks mainly to Hollander.

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