By Tory Lanez The legal woes continue! The ‘Sex Song’ rapper is said to have been sent to his own home after a judge ruled he violated the terms of his bail.
According to TMZ, a Los Angeles judge delivered the verdict Wednesday during a hearing Tory attended regarding his assault involving Megan Thee Stallion. Tory was detained by police and released on bail in April, and ordered to stay 100 meters away from Meg. He was also ordered to stay out of any legal trouble.
Tory Lanez allegedly violated those terms when he allegedly assaulted August Alsina in early September. Deputy District Attorney Alexander Bott urged the judge to order Lanez’s detention without bail until the start of the trial.
CBS News reports, the judge believes Tory has “blatantly disregarded the court order,” although his attorney argued there was no evidence that the incident with R&B singer August Alsina was even even happened.
As we reported earlier, August took to Instagram to accuse Tory of assaulting him in early September. Along with photos of his bloody face, August Alsina wrote a lengthy message about meeting the rapper during his Fall Back In Love Comedy & Music Jam tour.
According to August’s account, he and Tory had a misunderstanding about a handshake, which resulted in a brutal beating.
As I was exiting the building after last night’s show, a 4’11-sized goblin ran down to me in a number of 8 oversized security, whom I greeted each person as they stepped on as they tried to try to force me. The whole time, I was a worm. No security,” August wrote in his caption. Tory kept asking why I didn’t reply to him, I kept telling him.. I am a fan of his and didn’t understand what he said. about my business In the past, because I didn’t know him or had never met him until last night. So when he said it that caught me off guard because of his past actions, I assumed he didn’t like me, that’s all.”
After video of the August scene and Tory’s escape surfaced online, the Los Angeles DA office opened an investigation into the incident.
Tory will now be under house arrest until November 28.