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Topic - Stephen Jaffe
"To specifically address the allegations, my client, Ms. Grigorieva, has repeatedly stated that there is no credible evidence whatsoever of extortion by her, and she stands steadfastly by that statement," Jaffe said.
Grigorieva's spokesman Stephen Jaffe denied any wrongdoing on the part of his client, a Russian singer.