In Power Book II: Ghost Season Three, Tariq St. Patrick finds himself caught in the crosshairs of a potential political scandal involving Weston Holdings. When Rashad Tate asks St. Patrick if he would be willing to accept campaign donations from Weston Holdings, St. Patrick initially says yes. However, he soon becomes suspicious and reaches out to Harper Bonet for assistance.
Bonet introduces St. Patrick to someone who has been investigating Weston Holdings and uncovers evidence of a Ponzi scheme. The sudden arrival of the FBI to raid Weston Holdings sends shockwaves throughout the political and business worlds, and leaves the characters scrambling to protect their reputations and interests.
The character of Trace Weston, who is present during the raid, is likely to face serious legal consequences for his involvement in the alleged Ponzi scheme. As the fallout from the scandal continues to unfold, the characters will be forced to confront the consequences of their actions and alliances. This storyline highlights the intricate web of relationships and alliances that exist in the worlds of politics and business, and the potential dangers of accepting large sums of money from questionable sources.
Lucas then calls the feds to try to clear your name says he running for fear of this life and he needs protection and asks for immunity and told them about Tariq St. Patrick and Brayden Westons drug operation through Crash Coin and he would be in touch.
Later in the episode, Brayden Weston asked Lucas to sign paperwork saying it was him in control of the Ponzi Scheme and leave and go where there’s no Expedition Treaty . Still, unfortunately, after saying he was going to pin the crime on Keke & brother Robert Weston, Brayden and the rest of the family, he earned his death as Courtney Kemp once said.
Brayden did what he had to do and pushed him over the ledge of his penthouse, falling to his death.