“The Name Game” was a song released in 1964 by an artist named Shirley Ellis.
“The Name Game” was a fun pop hit which focused on rhyming different names and fake phrases.
Jeremy Dewitte also had an interest in interchangeable names and pseudonyms.
- Metro-State Emergency Services Unit, LLC
- Metro State Protection Agency, LLC
- Metro-State Services, LLC
- Metro-State Emergency Medical Services
- Metro-State Special Services Vehicle Protection Unit
- Metro State Enforcement Agency
These were business names listed on legal documents pertaining to the company Metro-State. Metro State Protection Agency, LLC was filed as a registered business on February 26, 2016 by Leanda McMurty.
Leanda is reportedly Jeremy Dewitte’s relative.
A dissolution of this company was filed on September 22, 2017.
According to court documents and emails Jennifer told them Jeremy Dewitte’s businesses had never been registered.
On February 15, 2019 Metro-State employee Jessica Bolden filed two businesses with the state of Florida. One of those businesses was called Metro-State Emergency Services Unit, LLC and the other was called Metro-State Services, LLC.
The effective date for both companies was February 15, 2019.
On February 15, 2019 Jeremy Dewitte also filed a business with the state of Florida called Metro-State Special Services Vehicle Protection Unit, LLC.
Jeremy Dewitte used the alias “Jermy Dewiit” when he filed the paperwork. This should not be confused with the name he used on his commercial rental agreement, which was Jermy Dewit with one “i.”
His electronic signature was changed to “Jermy Dweiit.” As it was stated on the paperwork, submitting false documentation was a third degree felony in the state of Florida.
According to law enforcement Jessica Bolden was dating Jeremy Dewitte. On November 1, 2019 Jessica filed two voluntary dissolutions for Metro-State Emergency Services Unit, LLC and Metro-State Services, LLC.
Jessica listed two separate reasons for the dissolutions. “Decided not to pursue the business” was one reason. “I didn’t authorize this” was the second reason.
This was confusing because Jeremy Dewitte and Metro-State made a popular cameo appearance on a WWE episode just a week or so before Jessica Bolden claimed she no longer wanted to pursue the business.
It was also confusing because Jessica Bolden claimed she didn’t authorize her signature, yet as of March 19, 2020 no criminal charges had been brought against Jeremy Dewitte for fraud or identity theft.
It is interesting to note Jeremy Dewitte was arrested for a second time on October 30, 2019 and he was released after openly speaking about his wife Rania Dewitte’s miscarriages.
Jessica Bolden filed her voluntary dissolutions on November 1, 2019, two days later. And on February 20, 2020, nine days after Jeremy Dewitte’s fourth felony arrest, Jessica Bolden was evicted from her Lakeland apartment.
Jeremy Dewitte’s Metro-State Special Services Vehicle Protection Unit, LLC is the only active business that is still standing.