Tyga dodged a bullet in the home violence case involving his ex-girlfriend, avoiding a felony cost.
In keeping with TMZ, L.A.’s District of Lawyer’s Workplace refused the case and handed it to L.A. Metropolis Lawyer’s Workplace. And since solely the D.A’s workplace can file a felony cost, Tyga is not going to obtain a harsh verdict. However the rapper isn’t off the hook but as he nonetheless will be charged with a misdemeanor.
The D.A.’s workplace determined to move the case over as a result of Tyga’s ex, Camaryn Swanson’s accidents and proof weren’t worthy of a felony cost. Camaryn revealed her accidents on Instagram that confirmed a bruised eye and blood on her sleeve.
“I’ve been emotionally, mentally, and physically abused and I’m not hiding it anymore. I’m so embarrassed and ashamed it had to get to this but I have to stand up for myself,” Camaryn provides to her Instagram story.
— LordTreeSap (@LordTreeSap) October 12, 2021
On October eleventh, Camaryn Swanson filed a home violence report towards Tyga. Camaryn accused Tyga of bodily assaulting her throughout an argument in his house in California. Tyga was later arrested and booked on felony home violence prices however posted $50,000 bail. Tyga’s group has since denied the claims and stated they’re “false and will be disproven.”