A police officer shared new details about the intruder’s alleged intentions who responded to the 2020 April incident during September 9, court hearing.
During an April home invasion, Eminem’s life was threatened, according to the same police officer who responded to the incident.
Adam Hackstock shared details about the intruders with deadly intentions during the time of preliminary hearing of the case against Huges which was held on Wednesday, September 9th.
The video which was obtained by The Detroit Free Press, according to Hackstock’s testimony Eminem was awoken from his sleep by a man standing behind him. He initially thought the man was his nephew, The grammy winner told the officer.
“When Mr. Mathers asked him why he was there, he was told by Mr. Hughes that he was there to kill him,”Hackstock said on the stand.
The Detroit Free Press also reported that Wednesday’s hearing was not attended by Eminem.