Nicki Minaj‘s husband Kenneth Petty is formally a registered intercourse offender in California.
On Monday (March 9), XXL confirmed by way of California’s intercourse offender registry that Nicki’s husband is now listed within the database after being indicted for failure to take action in late February. Petty’s standing is a results of his 1995 conviction for first-degree tried rape in a 1994 incident with a 16-year-old woman. Petty was 16 on the time as nicely and he served virtually 4 years in jail within the case.
Based on a authorized doc obtained by XXL, The Los Angeles County District Lawyer indicted Petty for failing to register as a intercourse offender within the state of California on Feb. 25. Petty would later give up to federal authorities on March 4. Based on the grand jury doc, Petty relocated to California from New York in July 2019 and didn’t register as a intercourse offender.
His standing as a intercourse offender was alerted after Petty was arrested by Beverly Hills, Calif. police following a site visitors cease in November. Through the cease, police decided that Petty was a registered intercourse offender in New York state however didn’t register in California as required. Petty would later be charged with failure to register and was launched on $100,000 bail.
At a March Four listening to, the 42-year-old pleaded not responsible and his subsequent court docket date is about for April 28. If convicted, Minaj’s husband might resist 10 years in jail.
In a November episode of Queen Radio, Nicki defended her husband stating that he was wrongfully accused and that his alleged accuser tried to recant her assertion in opposition to him.
“When the alleged accuser wrote a letter to the decide asking to recant the statements she was informed that she would go to jail for 90 days, allegedly, if she recants the assertion,” Nicki informed her listeners on this system.
Nicki, whose final tour outing was the 2019 Nicki Wrld Tour, has been married to Petty since final October.
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