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Nicki Minaj’s Husband Alleged Victim Admits He Shouldn’t Have Been Convicted



Video Shows Nicki Minaj’s Husband Alleged Victim Saying She Wanted To Drop Charges

Nicki Mianj’s husband Kenneth Petty, a music industry insider has been all over the news lately, over a s*xual assault conviction from 20 years ago.

According to reports reaching us at Dreddsworld, a secret video was leaked, appearing to show the alleged victim admit to a discrepancy about what happened many year ago.

In the video, the victim claims that she asked the prosecutors to drop the case against the then-teenage Kenneth, who was represented by an out-matched Legal Aid attorney.

The explosive video was leaked by a friend of the victim – Jennifer Hough. Jennifer’s “friend” secretly recorded a phone conversation between the two – where Jennifer discussed Nicki’s husband’s case – and asking the prosecutors to drop the case against Kenneth.

In the video, Jennifer can be heard saying, “I stood up in court and – when the judge asked ‘Does anyone have anything to say before [Kenneth Petty] is sentenced” – and I said, “Your honor I am the person who pressed the charges, and I would like to drop the charges I made a huge mistake.”

Jennifer continued, “I’m in court, in front of [Kenneth’s] friends and his family … and [the judge] was like, “take it to the D.A.”

But according to Jennifer the district attorney was not interested in dropping charges against Kenneth. She told her friend, “Nobody was trying to hear sh**.”

In another snippet, Jennifer claims to have wrote a letter to the district attorney claiming that she was “pressured” into pressing charges against Kenneth, and that she “didn’t want him to go to jail.”

The district attorney nonetheless continued prosecuting Kenneth, and he eventually pled guilty to charges related to the alleged offense.

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