Nicki Minaj is clear after the lawsuit against her was dropped.
Jennifer Hogg, the husband of the woman who was convicted of attempted rape, sued the couple in August over alleged harassment and intimidation tactics. On Wednesday (January 12), Hogg voluntarily dismissed the lawsuit against Nikki.
A source tells TMZ that no money has been exchanged for removal. Nikki’s husband, Kenneth Petty, is still a defendant.
It is reported that Nikki is planning to go after Hough to recover legal fees. The rapper’s lawyer, Judd Borstein, claims that it was an attempt to unsettle Nikki for money.
Burstein sent an email to Hugh’s attorney, reading: “In my view, your behavior in pursuing this case against Nikki represents the worst of our legal system: bottom-up lawyers who take petty action against a celebrity on the assumption that they would get paid if they threw what Enough dirt.”
Judd continues, “I forced my client to spend over $300,000 in fees to defend a case that even my Labradoodle, Gracie, was petty in terms of facts and law.”
Beattie was convicted of attempted rape in 1995 and spent more than four years in prison. Hough, who spoke publicly during an appearance on “The Real” in October, claimed that Nikki offered her money in exchange for her silence.
Minaj didn’t touch on the class, but she “loved” the tweet that quotes words from “I’m Getting Ready,” her 2017 Tasha Cobbs Leonard collaboration, which read, “I don’t have to talk God defend me.”
Her fans also shared their support by getting “We LOVE YOU NICKI” and “CASE DISMISSED” to go viral on Twitter.
Petty accepted a plea deal on August 8 for failing to register as a sex offender in California. He is due to be sentenced in March.
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