Business chief of stars Angela Kukawski has died and her boyfriend has been charged with her murder, reports claim
Angela Kukawski, former business manager of the Kardarshians, has died at the age of 55.
The cause of death was allegedly homicide during an incident in California on December 22, according to Variety.
Angela was working on Boulevard Management in Woodland Hills, and her body was allegedly found in the trunk of a car parked in Simi Valley, just north of Los Angeles.
The Hollywood Reporter has reported that the Simi Valley Police Department and the LAPD arrested her boyfriend, Jason Baker, and charged him with murder after Angela’s body was found.
Jason is being held on a $ 2 million bond.
The store claims police believe the 49-year-old killed Angela in her Sherman Oakes home, adding that law enforcement suspects he then moved her body to the car and drove her to Simi Valley in the very early hours of the morning. December 23rd.
Angela was the mother of five who is said to have been “loved” in the showbiz industry.
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A “hard-working” and “a straight-laced shooter,” as one music business associate described her, Angela worked with Nicki Minaj and Kanye West as well as the Kardashian family through her time.
She was also known for working on the property of rapper Tupac Shakur.
According to the Boulevard Management website, the company specializes in “financial management services for entertainers, athletes and individuals with high net worth.”
They state that Angela along with her colleagues would help with financial planning and buying real estate.
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The page continues: “Our services include payment of bills and banking, financial planning, property and pension planning, tax preparation and tax planning.
“We will also help with major purchases, such as real estate and cars, to ensure you get the best possible price.”
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