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Someone in Hotel Surveillance is Now Looking for a New Job

May 15, 2014 at 9:09 AM | by | Comments (0)

Your elevator shenanigans at The Standard New York are safe once again.

According to the Washington Post, The Standard Hotel has identified and fired the person who sold the elevator surveillance video of Solange beating up Jay-Z last week. Word is TMZ bought the video for a reported $250,000.

The hotel hasn't named the person (darnit) which only fuels our new theory that Beyonce leaked the footage because she was pissed at Solange for beating up her man. But drunk in revenge conspiracies aside, The Standard also said they would turn over "all available information to criminal authorities.” It's safe to say this person will never work in hotels again. So spend that $250,000 quick!

Also, whoever you are, The Dorchester Collection thanks you very much for taking the heat off them for a little bit.

[Photo: The Standard Hotel/Facebook]

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Did Someone at The Standard Hotel Sell The Surveillance Footage of Solange Attacking Jay-Z?

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May 12, 2014 at 3:09 PM | by | Comments (0)

Celebrities are just like us! Their sisters try to beat up their husbands in hotel elevators!

Just when we thought Beyonce and Jay-Z had the most amazing drunk in love sort of fabulous life, comes this surveillance footage of B's sister, Solange, hitting and kicking Jay-Z in the elevator at The Standard High Line Hotel after the glamorous Met Gala last week while Beyonce stands by.

Who knows what set Solange off but what has set us off is that it looks like someone at The Standard Hotel decided to sell this footage to TMZ. Um, aren't hotels supposed to protect their guests' privacy? Especially those of such high-profile guests like Beyonce and Jay-Z? Fun fact: Beyonce shot one of her recent music videos at the hotel last year.

Of course, it would be different if a crime was committed in the elevator and the police released the footage to help with the investigation but we don't think smacking your brother-in-law is punishable by law (we could be wrong!)

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