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Tekashi 6ix9ine Admits To Domestic Violence In Plea Deal

Tekashi 6ix9ine admits to years of domestic violence in plea deal.

Embattled rapper, Tekashi 6ix9ine has admitted to years of domestic violence in a recent plea deal with the government. As part of an agreement between the rainbow-haired rapper and the  government, 6ix9ine admitted to a list of crimes which he allegedly committed. All of which the government has agreed not to prosecute him for. 6ix9ine’s cooperation with the government has earned him the nickname Tekashi Snitch9ine.

Tekashi 6ix9ine‘s admission of domestic violence is contained in the list of crimes which the government has agreed to not prosecute him for. According to a Judge’s ruling, domestic violence accusations against the rapper will not be allowed in court whenever he testifies. The said list shows 6ix9ine‘s admission to D.V from 2011 to November, 2018.

Accusations of domestic violence against the rapper were made public earlier this year when TheDailyBeast published an article detailing 6ix9ine’s violence against the women in his life. This included his ex-girlfriend and mother of his daughter, Sara Molina. She is quoted saying that he once punched her so hard that she “was leaking blood. There was blood on the hotel pillow cases. He got scared.” According to her, one time, he beat her up resulting in a swollen eye “I could barely open my eyes” she said.

The article reports that 6ix9ine beat Molina for a period of seven years which corresponds to the time in 6ix9ine‘s admission. 6ix9ine is expected to appear in court on September 17 to testify against two of members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang. This may change as the date of the trial could be extended based on the jury selection process.

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