Bouchard “fake bro” due in court Monday

Solomon Shlomo Azari, the 24-year-old accused of running up a $42,000 (US) tab  at the restaurant and bar connected with Canadian tennis player Genie Bouchard’s Miami residence – and passing himself off as Bouchard’s brother to do it – is due in court Monday.

Azari was arrested last August. The original date was to be Nov. 12. But a continuance pushed it back to Monday at 9 a.m.


Several members of the Miami-Dade police department have been subpoenaed to appear.

Azari made bail and faces charges of “organized fraud”, second-degree grand theft and fraudulent use of personal identification information.

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