Investigators Are Targeting Kanye West’s Publicist Over Alleged Election Meddling

( )- The Fulton County District Attorney in Georgia is seeking grand jury testimony from Kanye West’s former publicist concerning an alleged attempt to intimidate an election worker to get her to confess to voter fraud.

Trevian Kutti, a former publicist for both Kanye and singer R. Kelly, traveled to the home of election worker Ruby Freeman in January 2021 and said she was sent by a “high profile individual” to warn Freeman to confess her involvement in voter fraud within 48 hours or she would go to jail.

Freeman, who was already facing threats, contacted the police who urged both Freeman and Kutti to come to the local precinct. At the police station, Kutti stupidly reiterated her threats to Freeman, telling the woman she was “a loose end for a party that needs to tidy up.”

According to court papers, Chief Senior Assistant District Attorney F. McDonald Wakeford said Kutti also arranged for Freeman to speak to several others on the phone in an attempt to elicit a “false confession.”

Wakeford said the identity of these other individuals and their relationship to Kutti or others “publicizing disproven allegations of election fraud” is only known by Kutti.

Trevian Kutti is just one of several witnesses asked to appear before a special grand jury. The grand jury is also expected to hear from former investigator Frances Watson whom former President Trump called to thank in December 2020 for her work uncovering election fraud.

Another witness called is Gabriel Sterling, the Fulton County Republican elections manager who begged former President Trump to speak out against the harassment of local elections officials and their families.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is looking into allegations that former President Trump and his allies attempted to overturn Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results. Before seating a special grand jury, Willis and her office had already interviewed over 50 witnesses with plans to subpoena dozens more.