Tory Lanez’s Attorney Questions Protection Order Following Megan Thee Stallion’s GQ Interview: ‘It’s Extremely Hard For Him To Read These Things’ (Video+Exclusive Details) - The Shade Room

Tory Lanez’s Attorney Questions Protection Order Following Megan Thee Stallion’s GQ Interview: ‘It’s Extremely Hard For Him To Read These Things’ (Video+Exclusive Details)

Things got a little heated in court this morning when Tory Lanez pleaded not guilty in the Megan Thee Stallion shooting.

Although Tory wasn’t present, his attorney entered his plea and had a few things to say about the protection order against her client.

Shawn Holley inquired about the order of protection placed against her client, noting that Tory and Megan are both public figures and that it’s difficult to understand the parameters surrounding the order when the alleged victim is able to speak about Tory and the shooting publicly.

Of course, Holley was referring to a recent interview Megan did with GQ after being awarded the magazine’s “Rapper of the Year.” In the interview, Megan claimed Tory tried to pay her and her best friend Kelsey Nicole for their silence after he allegedly shot Megan in both feet on July 12th as the trio left a pool party in the Hollywood Hills.

Holley said Tory Lanez denies those claims, adding that the protective order prevents Tory from responding.

“It’s extremely hard for him to read these things in which he strongly objects and denies,” Holley said of her client in court. “Articles are coming out in which the witness is speaking about it specifically.”

But the district attorney’s office fired back, mentioning how Tory infamously went on IG Live and discussed the incident  in detail and straight up called Megan a liar.

As as a result, the DA argued that Megan has been subjected to bullying and harassment online from people tagging her in videos and that she was even subjected to threats because of Tory.

The DA’s office basically let Tory and his attorney know that if he wants to speak about Meg, he needs to consult with his attorney first before he goes and violates the protection order against him.

But the judge kept it simple for both parties by letting them know that if they have any questions about the order or any infractions thereof, they probably just need to submit them in writing.

You can watch the whole exchange in court below:

As we previously reported, Tory is facing three felony charges related to the shooting including assault with a handgun. He’s due back in court in January 2021 and if convicted, he’s looking at a max of 22 years. We’ll keep you posted.

 

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