A woman sued for 150 million dollars for the rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine for having prompted a shootout in which a stray bullet hit his left foot, reported TMZ.
The woman, presented in the official documents as Jane Doe, claimed that the famous was responsible for the event, which ended with his dream of becoming a police officer.
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Doe said that it all happened in July 2018, when she was in the courtyard of an apartment complex in Brooklyn to the moment in which several members of the gang Nine Trey Bloods was filming a music video.
Apparently, the information of the recording he came to the celebrity, who supposedly asked his people to go to the scene and shot the band members.
When the bullets began to rain, one jumped towards the foot of the Doe, who also hurt his knee and back after falling to the ground; he needed surgery and physiotherapy, and psychological treatment for the events, according to the suit, and he had to drop his plans of going to the Police academy.
Although the complaint acknowledges that Tekashi 6ix9ine apologized in a public hearing by what happened and offered to pay the medical bills of the woman, for she was not enough.
“It is suspicious that the plaintiff has only sued Daniel Hernández (real name of Tekashi 6ix9ine), who was never identified as the shooter in his case,” the lawyer said of the artist, Dawn Florio.
“The prosecuting not sued the people involved in your shooting. To be clear, Daniel did not shoot that woman.”
This is the third lawsuit that the interpreter receives only in this month, as the company Fashion Nova sued for $ 2.25 million and one of his former friends accused him of allegedly ordering his children which he shot.