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Watch the interview: The woman who was raped by Nicki Minaj's husband speaks for the first time Israel today


Jennifer Huff, the prosecutor who claims to be the victim of Kenneth Petty, the convicted sex offender, is openly interviewed on the subject and reveals all the details

For the first time since, she has filed a lawsuit against rapper Nicki Minaj and her husband - convicted sex offender Kenneth Petty - Jennifer Huff, Petty's rape victim is interviewed and reveals a mask of threats, intimidation and harassment by the couple.

In an interview with The Real, the nose (43) revealed that 17-year-old Patty raped her with knife threats in 1994 when she was 16 years old.

A year later Patti was convicted of attempted first-degree rape.

The nose is suing the couple, among other things, for harassment, witness intimidation and intentional causing of mental distress, after the two allegedly sent her officials in the past year in an attempt to get her to dismiss the lawsuit, after Petty was arrested in California for violating his plea deal, demanding his registration as a criminal. Convicted sex.

"It was a horrible act and I don't want to be afraid anymore. The only way not to be afraid anymore is to keep talking about it," the nose said.

She went on to say that Minaj insisted in interviews that the two were in a relationship at the time, which Nose denies outright and claims that Minaj's claim was intended to produce emotional manipulation on her millions of followers to make her believe her version that Jennifer was not raped by Patti.

Nose added and expanded on the phone call she received from Minaj (38) about a year ago, in which the rapper offered to fly her and her family to Los Angeles or send a source on her behalf to sign a statement that she dismisses the lawsuit - offers that Nose vehemently refused.

When asked what she expects to happen following the lawsuit over a half-million-dollar lawsuit she filed, prosecutor said she wants Kenneth to acknowledge the act he did, express remorse and that she wants to give a voice to her daughters and all the sexually assaulted women.

"He did something many years ago and was supposed to pay for his actions and bear the consequences. What they are doing to me and my family is wrong, and it doesn't matter how much money they have. They can not use their status to scare and threaten people to get things right for them. And that's exactly what they did, "she said.

Source: israelhayom

All news articles on 2021-09-24

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