Bizarre details emerge in death of music icon Jenni Rivera
New details in the death of legendary music icon Jenni Rivera have emerged, right here on Daily News. Daily News has learned that the company that had chartered Rivera’s private plane hadn’t exactly had a clean record prior to shelling out a Learjet to the beloved singer.
Starwood Management of Las Vegas, who in court documents reportedly is the subject of a federal lawsuit (not one but two) is not only the company responsible for the jet, but is also owned by a man who we’ve subsequently learned has a long criminal history starting with cocaine possession.
The Learjet 25, number N345MC, was en-route to Toluca for an appearance by Rivera but lost contact with air traffic control about 10 minutes outside of Mexico City, Mexico where the plane vanished.
The DEA currently has possession of a number of Starwood’s aircrafts while a federal lawsuit remains active.