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The Standard Hotel in NYC announced yesterday they identified the person who leaked the Solange Knowles and Jay-Z fight and have fired the individual. The official statement from the hotel said in part that the person, who was not named was fired for "breaching the security polices of the hotel and recording the confidential CCTV video." It wasn't too hard to find the person. The pool of suspects was probably limited and when the employee started making it rain with dollar bills everywhere they walked, the hotel put two and two together and fired them. I'm guessing it was probably not a very high paying job so the $250K they received from TMZ probably will keep them going for a bit. The hotel says they will try and prosecute the offender criminally, but I don't know how much luck they will have or if the penalty would be that severe. The person probably won't be getting a good recommendation from the hotel, but the entire gossip reading world is happy they did it.
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