The words of Megan T. Stallion in the courtroom: “After that attack, I will never be the same. Since I was severely beaten by the defendant, I have not had a day of peace.
rapper Tori Lanez sentenced to 10 years in prison for shooting at Megan you stallion. The facts refer to 2020, when a man, after an argument, pointed a firearm at the rapper’s feet. The artist was rescued, but he had to undergo a complex operation to extract bullet fragments. Tory Lanez was found guilty of assault with a semi-automatic firearm; possessing a loaded unregistered firearm in a vehicle and grossly negligent handling of a firearm.
Testimony of the victim and experienced hell after the attack
According to the BBC, Tory Lanez’s lawyer José Baez would continue to maintain his client’s innocence, stating that no trace of Lanez’s DNA was found on the gun that was fired from. Also in the courtroom is the testimony of the rapper’s father, who stated that the man was severely traumatized by the death of his mother when he was 11 years old. Then it was Megan Thee Stallion’s turn. The singer spoke about how the abuse she experienced made her life hell:
After that attack, I will never be the same again. Since I was severely beaten by the defendant, I have not had a day of rest. I’m slowly healing, but no, I’ll never be the same.
The Megan Thee Stallion case and the scourge of violence against women
Tori Lanez and Megan T Stallion were returning from a pool party at Kylie Jenner’s house when they got into an argument while talking about a relationship they had in the past. According to the victim, she would have asked Lanes to let her get out of the car, but the man would have drawn a gun and, having shot her in the legs, would have ordered her:danceAttorney George Gascon noted how the Megan Thee Stallion case brought attention to the issue of violence against women: “The fact that she is a famous woman allowed us to draw attention to the issue of violence against women.”. Tanishia Wright, director of victim affairs at the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office, also spoke after the ruling:
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Violence against black women and women in general is a national epidemic that has long been underestimated. Black women often do not report incidents of violence because they are afraid they will not be believed.