More than a year after the shooting incident between Tory Lanez and Megan The Stallion, LA Judge Keith Borjon has ordered that the assault and weapon possession charges against the Canadian rapper be upheld. Tory. This news came after Allegedly shot in the leg of Megan After a dispute between the two on July 12, 2020. The two rappers were reportedly riding in an SUV in the Hollywood Hills just before the incident.
According to Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Police Detective Ryan Stogner Testified in court on December 13 He shouted Tori “Dance, b*tch!” As he reportedly opened fire according to an earlier interview he had with Megan. He also claimed that Tori called a friend of Megan’s from prison, in which he apologized for what happened. Tory and his lawyer, Sean Holly, both denied that the shooting was ever mentioned during the call. During the detective’s testimony, Tory reportedly shouted in court, “How do you tell me what I was apologizing for, brother? It doesn’t make sense,” before being silenced by her attorney and judge.
After the incident last summer, Megan initially told police that she sustained her injuries. stepping on broken glass After attending a party at Kylie Jenner’s house. Tory was arrested by police for illegal possession of weapons before the shooting charges were made. megano Posted an Instagram Live video On August 20, 2020, where he accused Tory of shooting him, claiming that he withdrew that information from the police for fear of causing legal trouble for his friend at the time.
“You shot me, and you lied to your publicist and your people on these blogs and sh*t. Stop lying,” she said in the now-deleted video. “Why the lie? I don’t understand. I tried to keep the situation off the internet, but you’re dragging it.” In the video, she also notes that the 2020 nationwide protests over police violence discouraged her from calling the police because she feared what would happen if they answered a vehicle full of black men and women and a loaded firearm. Maybe.
Tory is due to return to court on January 13 regarding his charges. We will continue to follow this story as it develops.
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