Tekashi 6ix9ine could spend 2021 battling a civil lawsuit recently brought against him at gunpoint by victims of a 2018 robbery.
6ix9ine previously admitted the crime under the pledge of guilt he filed with federal agencies in 2019 – and told police that Trey Nine Bloods carried out the robbery while filming the incident from a neighboring vehicle.
He’s already sneaked out.
Seketha Wonzer and Kevin Dozier, the two alleged victims, are suing two violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, assault, battery, wrongful imprisonment and deliberate infliction of emotional distress.
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“This lawsuit aims to bring justice to my clients who suffered immensely as a result of a vicious robbery at gunpoint by Tekashi69 and his henchmen. If Tekashi69 believed his legal problems were over after pleading guilty of brutally assaulting my clients, was he deeply mistaken, “the victim told Pitchfork.
The statement goes on: Since Tekashi69 has already admitted his crimes, his civil liability is undisputed. It is just waiting to be seen how righteous Tekashi69 was as he worked with prosecutors claiming he was responsible for his wrongdoing. But we know that now – if he refuses to make amends for the injuries he inflicted on my clients, he will sincerely regret the decision. “