Sunday, October 28, 2018

Blind Item #3

Word is the judge in the child molesting rapper case had a change of heart after what happened over the weekend. Looks like the rapper is going to get jail time after all.

20 comments:

YoSoyMilk said...

Tekashi

Nor Cal said...

So glad!

MDAnderson said...
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ccryder said...

Tekashi 69.

Judge Felicia Mennin.

Maybe don't have one of your "friends" hit a security guard over the head with a chair at a Chinese restaurant after not getting sentenced to prison. Just sayin'...

yepthatsme said...

Is it even possible? Can a judgement be changed once delivered?

MDAnderson said...

I swear tekashi is a confidential informant and that’s why he didn’t get any jail time.

plot said...

@yep

If it violates 69's probation, it sure can. If any of his posse were known felons, or carried a weapon, you bet!

@MDA

That would answer a lot of questions...or if 69 was legally tied to some case(s) in his childhood and only the judge can review the records.

I still think that the guilty plea by 69, and the 4 years probation, was predicated on the type of fight his attorneys could provide which the courts wished to avoid.

Unknown said...

I wonder if this news leads to another Polanski-type emigration?

Do Tell said...

Is it even possible? Can a judgement be changed once delivered?

Yep. Polanski fled the country because a judge (or district attorney?) who was running for reelection decided his sentence was too light to be palatable to the public, and reneged on a plea deal.

Freckles said...

There was a weapon involved in the altercation

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Kim said...

It's just gross. Probation for sexually abusing a child is a disgrace.

Boo Hearne said...
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Stupidpervs said...

He will get off again..

Jennacheryl said...

@ yep
part of the terms were to stay out of trouble and away from those that antagonize and cause trouble.

Unknown said...

That literally had nothing to do with him. The issue was his security and the people he was with security.

Unknown said...

He didn’t sexually abuse a child tho. He was never accused of that in the case....... take a read it’s public info

plot said...

That depends. This is the third probation violation for 69, though his lawyers argued that his others didn't count since his trial was delayed beyond the original probation dates (who delayed it? 69's lawyers themselves, naturally.) So it's up to the judge's discretion whether 69's security were the types of people who he isn't supposed to be around, as a condition of his probation, or not. If they were friends of 69 rather than hired from a security company, he might be in big trouble.

Unknown said...

My kind of judge to be honest.
Maybe it wasn't about being re-elected but more about justice. He could have gone home and looked at his own kids and changed his mind.

Thot Crimes said...

He plays Daniel Hernandez in court. Prison is going to be tough for him.

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