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Businessman, Alki David Admits Smoking Marijuana Since Trial Started

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – A hologram producer admitted today that he has been smoking marijuana regularly since trial started in a sexual harassment suit filed by a former employee, but said he has not consumed alcohol for 30 years.

Alki David did not directly answer attorney Lisa Bloom’s initial questions as to if he was under the influence of marijuana as she was questioning him in the Los Angeles Superior Court trial of the lawsuit brought by plaintiff Elizabeth Taylor.

He also refused to respond to her inquiry about whether he had an impulse-control problem, but did say he was angry.

David also said that while he personally thought a pornographic clip of two women that he showed Taylor in the workplace was “terrible,” he called the entire video “pop culture at its finest.”

Taylor testified she experienced concussions before she went to work for David in January 2015, preventing her from having a wrestling career, although she said she was able to escort male wrestlers into the ring.

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Published: August 22, 2019

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