Nicki Minaj‘s savings account might possibly take a success, as the “No Frauds” rap artist and her hubby Kenneth Petty might deal with a $15 million default judgment for stopping working to react to a federal suit.
Filed this previous August by Petty’s sexual attack accuser Jennifer Hough, the claim looked for $20 million in damages for the supposed intimidation and psychological distress caused upon her by Minaj and Petty in an effort to encourage her to recant her story of being raped by Petty, who was founded guilty of sexually attacking Hough in 1995.
It’s thought the couple’s efforts were an effort to get Petty’s name eliminated from the sex culprit computer system registry in hopes of enhancing the outlaw’s public image. Petty, the dad of Minaj’s 1-year-old boy, just recently pled guilty to stopping working to sign up as a sex transgressor in the state of California and is dealing with an optimal sentence of 10 years in jail and a life time of monitored release. The minimum sentence for stopping working to sign up as a sex wrongdoer is 5 years of monitored release and a $100 court evaluation cost.
Hough just recently spoke on Minaj and Petty’s efforts at intimidation, harassment, and browbeating throughout a look on The Real, her very first televised look going over the matter. She preserves that Petty sexually attacked her and states she declines to pull back or recant her recollection of the occurrence. Minaj and Petty have yet to release a public action to Hough’s accusations.