#Roommates, simply while you thought the authorized points for Tekashi 6ix9ine have been fully over, new troubles have emerged within the type of a lawsuit. The victims of an April 2018 theft wherein Tekashi 6ix9ine beforehand admitted to being concerned in, are formally suing him for damages.
@TMZ_TV studies Seketha Wonzer and Kevin Dozier, the victims in a 2018 theft involving Tekashi 6ix9ine, have simply filed a lawsuit in opposition to him, claiming that he was a part of the legal conspiracy set in movement that led to them being robbed at gunpoint in New York Metropolis. You’ll recall that Tekashi testified and pleaded responsible to the incident in federal courtroom. In official courtroom paperwork, Wonzer and Dozier say they misplaced a fortune throughout the theft—together with footwear, grasp recordings, arduous drives, valuable jewellery, a digital camera and money, amongst different gadgets.
Their lawsuit additional states that the theft was a case of mistaken id, as Tekashi and the others concerned thought Wonzer and Dozier have been affiliated with Rap-A-Lot Data, however they are saying they weren’t. The lawsuit additionally says that whereas though Tekashi didn’t do the robbing himself, he did document all the incident from an SUV that was ready outdoors—as his cohorts from the 9 Trey Bloods did all of the soiled work.
Wonzer and Dozier need Tekashi to pay up for assault, battery and emotional misery they are saying they suffered. Moreover, as a result of he admitted to the crime already in courtroom, they really feel there isn’t a query for his civil legal responsibility for the damages.
In the meantime, Wonzer and Dozier spoke concerning the lawsuit by means of their lawyer, who stated, “If Tekashi 6ix9ine thought his authorized issues have been over after pleading responsible to brutally assaulting my purchasers, he was woefully mistaken. We do know this now, if he refuses to redress the accidents he triggered my purchasers, he’ll sincerely remorse that call.”
Tekashi’s lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, responded saying, “We’ll defend this lawsuit vigorously.”
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