Tory Lanez Arrested For Violating Protective Order In Meg Thee Stallion Case

Torey Lanez Arrested For Publicly Saying Her Name On Social Media In Meg Thee Stallion Case

Tory Lanez was arrested in court Tuesday. After being advised by the courts to basically keep Meg Thee Stallion’s name out his mouth; he fumbled. And then posted about her on social media, resulting in his arrest Tuesday. On top of that, he had the nerve to smirk while being handcuffed.

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He tweeted a bunch of nonsense and untruth about the case; which resulted in the judge increasing his bail to $350K.

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Nonetheless he’s expected to be released very soon after he makes the $350K bail, according to reports. As far as the protective order goes, Lanez was instructed to refrain from contacting or coming within 100 yards of the trap queen rapper.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge David Herriford also ordered the Canadian rapper not to mention Meg’s name either. And that meant directly nor indirectly; stating that those Tweets are considered to “be clear messages” to Meg Thee Stallion. He didn’t put the big hand on Lanez as prosecutors requested. Initially, they’d asked the court to revoke the bail altogether and throw him in jail or either increase his bail to $5 million. Thankfully for Lanez, the judge disagreed and claimed it to be ‘excessive’ in this case.

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