Rapper Tory Lanez was remanded in custody this morning after police say he violated a protection order against Meg The Stallion, according to reports from social media obtained by MTO News. He has reportedly not received any bail – and can serve the next 20 years behind bars.
A California state judge ruled last month that Tory Lanez violated his injunction when he appeared on Rolling Loud the same night as Megan Thee Stallion in July.
As a result, Lanez’s bail was initially temporarily increased from $ 190,000 to $ 250,000 – which he paid. Tory faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted, and he is not expected to see the light of day until after his trial, MTO News learned.
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At the time, the judge told Lanez: “You are very lucky to have the funds to pay bail immediately” and warned that the “Say It” rapper, 29, will be remanded in custody if he violates the sentence again.
Last night, the 29-year-old tweeted an ominous message that read, “It has been real.” He then proceeded to delete all the photos from his Instagram account.
During today’s hearing, social media claims Tory was taken into custody and his bail was revoked. It is not clear why the judge may have changed his mind – and took Tory into custody.
Megan first got a restraining order against the “Say It” rapper in October 2020, three months after he allegedly shot the Houston native in her foot. The protection order also prevents Lanez from commenting on the shooting.
He pleaded not guilty in November 2020.
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