The incarcerated rapper can also be sued by his former buddy Shane Hardy who claims that the ‘FEFE’ hitmaker employed Aaron ‘Bat’ Younger and Jamel ‘Mel Murda’ Jones to kill him in January 2018.
Tekashi69 a.ok.a. 6ix9ine might have to remain behind bars longer that he is anticipated now. The rapper is going through extra severe authorized points whereas serving his time in jail for his federal racketeering case.
The rapper has been slapped with a $150 million lawsuit by a lady who claims she was injured in a taking pictures orchestrated by the incarcerated star. The lady, who is simply recognized as Jane Doe within the lawsuit, claims she was a collateral injury within the 2018 July incident.
In response to paperwork obtained by TMZ, the plaintiff was hanging within the courtyard of the Smurf Village residence complicated in Brooklyn when a number of members of 6ix9ine’s 9 Trey Bloods had been additionally there to movie a music video. She alleges that the 23-year-old rapper ordered successful on the gang members, who had been allegedly behind 6ix9ine’s kidnapping.
Throughout the taking pictures, a stray bullet hit the girl’s left foot. She additionally harm her knee and her again whereas falling to the bottom. She reportedly suffered accidents that required surgical procedure and bodily remedy, and he or she’s been handled by a psychologist.
The lady claims because of the accidents she could not proceed working at Century 21 and needed to scrap her goals to develop into a police officer. Within the docs, she notes that 6ix9ine acknowledged he is behind the taking pictures and apologized for it in open court docket. He additionally supplied to pay for her medical payments, however she desires greater than that. She is searching for $75,000,000 in compensatory damages and $75,000,000 in punitive damages.
Responding to the lawsuit, 6ix9ine’s Daybreak Florio says, “It’s suspicious that the plaintiff only sued Daniel Hernandez who was never identified as the shooter in her case. The plaintiff did not sue the persons involved in her shooting. To be clear, Daniel did not shoot her.”
In addition to the $150M lawsuit, 6ix9ine has additionally been sued by his former buddy Shane Hardy, who claims that the New York-born star ordered successful on him. Shane says that he and the “Gummo” hitmaker had a fallout over the rapper’s gang affiliation with 9 Trey Bloods.
6ix9ine then allegedly ordered Aaron “Bat” Younger and Jamel “Mel Murda” Jones to kill Shane. In response to Shane, on January 19, 2018, the 2 males fired a number of pictures at him and the bullets struck him behind the pinnacle and neck.
Whereas he survived, Shane claims he suffered severe bodily harm and nice humiliation. He is suing 6ix9ine, together with Aaron and Jamel, for damages. Shane says within the docs that 6ix9ine admitted, underneath oath in his racketeering trial, that he directed the 2 males, who’re at present serving in jail for being a part of a racketeering conspiracy, to shoot him.
Nevertheless, 6ix9ine’s legal professional denies this, telling Advanced, “Daniel (6ix9ine’s real name is Daniel Hernandez) never testified under oath that he directed Aaron Young or Jamel Jones to shoot Shane Hardy. Danny was never charged in that shooting and he does not know Aaron Young.”
In December 2019, 6ix9ine was sentenced to 2 years in jail after testifying in opposition to fellow 9 Trey Gangsters members. He’s anticipated to be launched on August 2.