According to the court reporter, Tory Lanez insulted Meghann Cuniff in the last seconds of the Megan Thee Stallion shooting trial.

Thursday, September 14, saw Tory (actual name Daystar Peterson) appear in court in Los Angeles for a hearing on his request for bail, which was submitted late last month after his sentencing.

The 31-year-old musician requested permission to move into a “exotic” rental property with his six-year-old kid and new wife Raina Chassagne while his legal team appeals his sentence.

Tory’s plea was dismissed by Judge David Herriford, thus things didn’t work out as planned. Tory’s violent felony conviction, “history of violating court orders” and non-U.S. citizenship, all of which might result in his deportation to Canada and “prevent him from coming back to court even if he wanted to,” were mentioned by the speaker.

That indicates that Tory will soon be sent to a state jail to complete a 10-year sentence (which includes credit for almost a year served).

Lanez allegedly called Meghann Cuniff, who has led coverage of the high-profile trial since it began last year, “a googly-eyed bitch” before leaving the courtroom.

“I didn’t hear it and I’m still working to see if transcript has it, but I’ve confirmed Tory Lanez chose to use his final courtroom moments to profanely insult me, calling me ‘a googly eyed bitch’ as he looked at gallery,” Cuniff tweeted on Thursday. “Conflicting reports on whether he named me. A fitting end.”

A Twitter user’s statement that they’d “like to see this on video,” she responded: “Cross your fingers the court reporter got it in the transcript! Source tells me ‘several people in court heard it, including some of the deputies. I doubt the court reporter picked it up.’ [crossed fingers emoji].”

Tory Lanez has targeted Meghann Cuniff before, so this is not the first time. On social media in July, his crew attacked the Law & Crime reporter, claiming that she was “negative and extremely biased” against the musician.

“With all due respect, please disregard anything Megan Cuniff [sic] reports on Tory Lanez,” the post read. “Her objective, perspective/narrative has always been negative and extremely biased towards him.”

“If there is an update on Tory, it will come from this first. If it doesn’t come from this page, it’s not real. With love – The Umbrella.”

After speaking with a potential replacement for Lanez’s present legal team, the rapper complained in the post that he was “being taken advantage of” by them.

But, Cuniff is not the only lady who has come to be in Tory’s digital sights. Judge Herriford referred to the rapper’s post-shooting behavior, which included tweets and song lyrics directed towards Megan Thee Stallion, as “a major aggravating factor in this case” while imposing the rapper’s sentence last month.

Prior to his punishment, Megan made reference to his actions in a written statement, accusing him of “making a mockery of my trauma.”

“I want you to know that since I was viciously shot by the defendant a little over three years ago, I have not experienced a single day of peace,” she wrote to the judge.

“I have been tormented and terrorized in every degree by the defendant,” she wrote. “He not only shot me, he made a mockery of my trauma. He tried to position himself as a victim and set out to destroy my character and my soul.”

“He lied to anyone that would listen and paid bloggers to disseminate false information about the case on social media. He released music videos and songs to damage my character and continue his crusade.”


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