Victim of shootout between Tekashi 6ix9ine and Nine Trey Bloods sued the rapper for $ 150 million


Despite being in prison, and to point out, the case of Tekashi 6ix9ine never ceases to cause amazement. This time, the rapper whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, is being sued for $150 million. Why? Because of a shooting in 2018 that left a woman injured.

In accordance with Complexthe victim is a woman who used the name anonymous Jane Doe, applied to the court for reguardar anonymity, who claim the musician since, apparently, was shot in the foot while it was in the hotel Smurf Village in Brooklyn, where members of the gang Nine Trey Bloods they were recording a video.

On that same site, would the alleged kidnapping and robbery of the rapper. However, the shooting that alleges Doe took place on the July 16, 2018six days before the events that led to Hernández and several members of the criminal gang to jail.

The woman, however, says that there were several shots to the resort where she was present, shortly after 6ix9ine supposedly ordered the attack. Doe was injured in the foot during the shooting and suffered back injuries and knees. In the court, he further stated that he lost his job in Century 21 and was not able to start training at the police academy due to the injury, and therefore requests USD $75 million in compensatory damages and $75 million in punitive damages.

“I just want to say that I have scars on the back, scars on the knee and scars on the foot,” claimed Doe in the court, where he also added the following:

“The July 16, it was the worst day of my life. I could have lost my leg… I just want to apologize. The bullets I reached in the cross-fire. I am a woman civil normal that she was injured. He (Hernandez) was the mastermind… I wanted to confront him. I want you to know that I hurt you”.

Subsequently, Hernandez apologized to the woman and offered to pay your medical bills. However, the demand still stands. Complex it also revealed that lawyers 6ix9ine will try to negotiate the claim with Doe outside of the court.

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