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Jay Z is accused by Family Civil Liberties Union of neglecting his alleged love child

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Jay Z is allegedly receiving heat from a group called the Family Civil Liberties Union for his treatment of his alleged love child during his ongoing paternity battle.

The non-profit, whose goal is to “unify families through the use of fair and standard equal practices in our family court system”, accused Jay Z of neglecting his alleged son, 23-year-old Rymir Satterthwaite, during the tense paternity battle.

Family Civil Liberties Union released a statement to RadarOnline, slamming the rapper and his superstar wife, Beyonce.

FCLU spokesperson Dr. Sharon McClain said in the statement: “It very good to hear that Jay-Z and Beyonce’s twins made it home safely and that the new parents are able to spend the entire summer recuperating with their new family.

“However, there is still a person suffering emotionally by their actions of non-cooperation which affects other families at large. Just imagine, a young boy like Jay-Z growing without his father, and the effects it can have on the community and one’s self-image. We at FCLU are baffled by how the two of them can carry out their lives while neglecting his alleged son.”

McClain added: “They are supposed to be role models in our community. FCLU prides itself in empowering families to be a strong unit and our community. So, we won’t tolerate actions that undermine one’s legal rights to the truth. We will continue to help Rymir and young men like him who may have had unjust and unwarranted actions towards them by our legal system and we will not stop until justice is served.”

After years of legal battles,  Rymir, whose mother, Wanda Satterthwaite, had a love affair with Jay-Z before he became famous, was finally granted a trial date.

“It is expected that the case will be ready for trial (on Dec. 3, 2018) and counsel should anticipate trial to begin expeditiously thereafter,” the case management order states.

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