A former Philadelphia police officer has sued Amazon, Roc Nation, Meek Mill and others, claiming she was defamed in a documentary that premiered last year about the rapper’s high-profile clashes with the city’s legal system.

Ex-police officer Sequeta Williams has filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, alleging she was defamed in an episode of “Free Meek,” a documentary series that was made available on Amazon Prime last year. The suit, which seeks in excess of $75,000, lists Roc Nation, Jay-Z, Wenner Media and Robert Rihmeek Williams, also known as Meek Mill, as defendants.

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