Daniel Hernandez, aka Tekashi 6ix9ine after months of getting out of jail is about facing another time in court- possibly another conviction which sees him serve time again.
According to reports by TMZ reports, the Gooba hitmaker is being sued by a woman who says she was the child in the videos from his 2015 child sex case, where he pled guilty to use of a child in a sexual performance.
Despite court documents not highlighting the real identity of the woman in question besides calling her Jane Doe, the woman who was 13 years back when 6ix9ine took the videos her is suing the Trollz rapper for “child sexual assault, child sexual abuse and infliction of emotional distress.”
In the court documents, she indicated that she’s suing 6ix9ine for allegedly sexually abusing her at a party in 2015 when she was 13 years old while the rapper was 18.
Jane Doe intimated that aside from being underage in the videos, she was additionally intoxicated with drugs and alcohol for which she couldn’t consent to 6ix9ine and his friend, Tay Milly when they made three sexually explicit videos with her, which they subsequently posted online.
The lawsuit also states that “the first video featured Doe performing oral sex on Tay Milly while Tekashi did pelvic thrusts behind her — without engaging in sex — and he slapped her butt.”
The second video allegedly showed Jane Doe sitting on Hernandez’s lap in a bra and underwear, while the third video showed her “laying naked across their laps while Milly groped her.”
Responding to the news of the charges, 6ix9ine’s lawyer, Lance Lazzaro told TMZ that 6ix9ine will “defend the lawsuit vigorously.”
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Speaking in an exclusive interview with New York times recently, the rapper asserted that he was in the wrong place at the wrong time when the 2015 incident occurred- “I was 18 at the time,” he said.
However, the lawsuit comes off days after the 6ix9ine was hospitalized for reportedly overdosing on weight loss pills and caffeine.
The rapper was released from prison earlier this year, having served a two-year sentence in the wake of pleading guilty to nine charges including conspiracy to murder and armed robbery.
Originally a long sentence period in jail, 6ix9ine’s prison sentence was drastically cut after he testified during the trial of Nine Trey members Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack, who faced federal racketeering and guns charges at the time.