Lil Mosey’s Lawyers Blocked From Using Consensual Sex in Defense « CmaTrends


The newest growth in Lil Mosey’s rape case has been revealed and it may have a extreme impact on the end result of the West Coast rapper’s case.

According to a report from TMZ on Friday (Jan. 7), Judge James W. Lawyer, who’s presiding over Mosey’s case, has prohibited the Washington rapper’s authorized group from utilizing any prior consensual sexual encounters along with his alleged sufferer as a protection.

Mosey, born Lathan Echols, sought the court docket’s permission final month to current proof that he has had a number of consensual sexual encounters along with his alleged sufferer, however the court docket has denied his request.

The “Blueberry Faygo” rapper pleaded not responsible to a second-degree rape cost in Washington’s Lewis County Superior Court in April of final 12 months.

At the time, his attorneys, Amy Muth and Jennifer Atwood, maintained the 19-year-old rhymer’s innocence following stories that he was needed by police and on the run.

The main authorized bother that Lil Mosey has discovered himself in stems from an incident in January of 2020 when an unnamed girl claimed that she was raped by Mosey and one other man, who’s listed as Francisco “Cisco” Prater, throughout a cabin journey with the rapper, the person and the alleged sufferer’s buddy. The girls had been recognized in court docket paperwork utilizing the initials M.Ok.J. and J.M.H.

The alleged sufferer allegedly agreed to have intercourse with Mosey in a automobile, however claims that after consuming White Claw alcoholic drinks and champagne, she was now not coherent. She accused Lil Mosey of getting on high of her, pushing her legs open and having intercourse along with her. The girl went on to say that she blacked out a second time and woke as much as one other man, presumably Prater, forcing himself onto her. She additionally claims that she sustained bruises on her arm, neck and internal knee.

Lil Mosey’s subsequent court docket date is scheduled for March 24.

XXL has reached out to the Lewis County Prosecutor’s Office, attorneys and a rep for Lil Mosey.

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