Legal documents obtained by The Blast stated that Lanez was looking to get the protective order that he was hit with last summer modified. This would be able to provide evidence he received reportedly by the prosecution and eyewitnesses that would prove that he is in fact innocent and wasn’t who shot Megan.
Megan’s Ex-BFF Speaks Out Again
Kelsey Nicole used to be best friends with Megan as she was also with her and Lanez the night of the reported shooting. Many believe that Nicole might’ve been the shooter but there is still no evidence or anything else to support this. She has maintained her innocence on plenty of occasions and is now addressing these latest developments between Megan and Lanez.
She took to her Twitter feed to speak her opinion in that she believes that everyone should take a lie detector test at this point.
Nicole Says She Is Over This Drama
“Lie detector test everyone , please,” said Nicole in the deleted tweet. “I’m just bout this much over it. Every time something new surfaces I start getting tagged in shit, being accused of things I didn’t do. So yes! I’m going to defend my name EVERY TIME!”
“Y’all gon stop saying I accepted hush money! When I ain’t accept sh*t & y’all don’t know wtf I suffered from that night,after and still! This situation so f*cked up because mfs let pride and ego get in the way ! Stop playing on my name!”
Megan’s Attorney Clapped Back At Lanez’s Request To Get Protective Order Modified
Megan‘s attorney, Alex Spiro, was very quick to respond to Lanez‘ request at getting the protective order modified in order to provide the alleged evidence needed to get him to beat this case. Spiro cited to Page Six how Lanez supposedly had gunshot residue on him that night and even apologized to Megan after the shooting.
“Did the motion fail to mention that there was gunshot residue on his hands or that he texted her ‘Sorry?’ I haven’t had a chance to read it.”
Lanez Plead Not Guilty In November
Last fall, the Toronto rapper continued to keep his stance on being innocent. He plead not guilty in his case on behalf of his attorney, Shawn Holley. Lanez was originally charged in October with felony assault.
L.A. County D.A.’s Office gave him one count of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and one count of carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle. They also claim that Lanez inflicted great bodily injury against Megan. If convicted, he faces 22 years and eight months in prison.