A Judge Has Dismissed Teairra Mari’s Revenge Porn Case

January 26, 2019  |  

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It looks like another “L” for singer and reality star Teairra Mari as a judge has dismissed her revenge porn lawsuit against ex-boyfriend Akbar Abdul-Ahad. Just a few weeks ago, a judge dismissed all charges against rapper 50 Cent who was named in the lawsuit for reposting the video that Abdul-Ahad, reported to be the “Candy Shop” artist’s friend, had originally posted on social media. The former Roc-A-Fella artist said that 50 Cent objectified, humiliated and intimidated her by reposting the video, but a judge dismissed all claims and ordered the “Make Her Feel Good” singer to pay $30,618 in legal fees to the rapper.

The Blast now reports that a judge has thrown out the case in its entirety due to the Love and Hip-Hop cast member “failing to prosecute her case.” According to official court documents, the singer, who is represented by attorneys Lisa Bloom and Walter Mosley, failed to make an appearance in court therefore the judge completely dismissed the claims against Abdul-Ahad and closed the case indefinitely.

Teairra Mari originally claimed the leaked video of her performing a sexual act was a plan that 50 Cent and Abdul-Ahad conspired to pull off to humiliate her. She even claimed the video and images were altered so that it appeared she had ejaculate on her face. Since news broke of 50 Cent being dismissed from the case, the rapper has taken to social media to furthermore antagonize the singer and instigate the situation:

Fans defended the singer against the artist who is known for repeatedly calling out other celebrities on social media. While 50 Cent has been extremely vocal about is victory, there has been no official statement from others involved in the lawsuit just yet and no word as to why Teairra Mari failed to show up for her day in court.

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