Jonathan Hay, a music publicist turned multi-Billboard-charting producer and cannabis advocate, is launching a new television documentary, “House Invasion.”
The venture is a partnership with JT Barnett, who co-produced the Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) docu-series “Joe Exotic – The Tiger King.”
Barnett also serves on the management team for Joe Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage. Exotic is currently in Grady County Jail in Oklahoma.
Hay is a record industry veteran known for his work with Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Death Row Records, and multiple artists signed to Eminem’s Shady Records.
About The Show
“House Invasion” is a play on words. It focuses on a deeply disturbing event that leads to a new career in house music.
On April 20, 2017, Hay and his then 14-year-old daughter were attacked, pistol-whipped from behind, and forced into their home by gunmen.
For over two hours, they were assaulted and terrorized at gunpoint as the robbers ransacked the house looking for a safe.
With his child knocked to the ground, Hay was then bound and duct-taped while the masked criminals kept going in and out of the house, filling up their car with Hay’s valuables like they were on a shopping spree. Three men have pleaded guilty to the violent robbery and kidnapping charges. Two of those men are serving their plea deals, while the third — his former neighbor — awaits sentencing.
While Hay was bound to a chair, he began to reflect on his…
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