6ix9ine Admits to Domestic Violence in Plea Deal
6ix9ine is making some shocking confessions about his past.
During a final pre-trial hearing in his racketeering case, the rapper admitted to years of domestic violence. According to Complex, a section of his plea deal agreement with the feds listed a number of crimes that he committed, including an admission of domestic violence from 2011 to 2018.
Per the judge’s ruling, any accusations of domestic violence against 6ix9ine will not be permitted to be brought up when he testifies. It is likely the rapper will take the stand on Tuesday, Sept. 17, but it depends on the jury selection process and other factors.
Accusations of domestic violence against 6ix9ine first surfaced earlier this year in a Daily Beast article that featured testimony from Sara Molina, the rapper’s ex-girlfriend and the mother of his daughter. Molina accused Tekashi of forcing her to have sex and beating her over a period of seven years, which corresponds with 6ix9ine’s own admission.
“My face was so swollen,” said Molina. “It was so bad. I could barely open my eyes.”
Last week, Tekashi’s former manager and high-ranking member of the Nine Trey Gangsters Bloods, Kifano “Shotti” Jordan, was sentenced to 15 years in prison in connection with a number of crimes committed alongside 6ix9ine and other members of the Nine Trey Bloods.