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Cardi B granted permanent injunction over blogger’s “false and defamatory” statements

Cardi B has been victorious in court once more, when on Monday (April 4), a judge ordered YouTuber Tasha K to take down over a dozen videos and social media posts deemed “false and defamatory” by a jury verdict in January.A filing received by the court last Thursday (March 31) claimed the recent $4million defamation verdict against the host of UnWineWithTashaK required an additional court order, one that would force the removal of any remaining defamatory statements from her social media and prevent her from “repeating and republishing” her “patently false” statements.The filing called Tasha K (real name Latasha Kebe) a “constant ongoing threat”.Per the judge’s ruling, Tasha K reportedly has five days (after being served with the order, obtained by Rolling Stone) to remove statements that allege Cardi B “performed a debasing act with a bottle”, has herpes and HPV, has used cocaine, and has committed adultery and engaged in prostitution.Cardi B (real name Belcalis Cephus) sought the injunction after securing $4million in punitive damages (raised from $1million just hours after receiving the defamation verdict) after Kebe was found liable for defamation, invasion of privacy and causing emotional distress.On the fourth day of January’s week-long trial, Cephus told the court that she had felt “helpless” and “extremely suicidal” over the “false” online rumours.

“Only an evil person could do that shit,” she said.During questioning, Kebe reportedly told jurors that she knowingly published lies about the rapper in order to generate income for her business.Kebe is reportedly appealing January’s verdict.Meanwhile, Cardi B yesterday (April 4) deactivated both her Twitter and Instagram accounts following several arguments with some

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Cardi B has been victorious in court once more, when on Monday (April 4), a judge ordered YouTuber Tasha K to take down over a dozen videos and social media posts deemed “false and defamatory” by a jury verdict in January.A filing received by the court last Thursday (March 31) claimed the recent $4million defamation verdict against the host of UnWineWithTashaK required an additional court order, one that would force the removal of any remaining defamatory statements from her social media and prevent her from “repeating and republishing” her “patently false” statements.The filing called Tasha K (real name Latasha Kebe) a “constant ongoing threat”.Per the judge’s ruling, Tasha K reportedly has five days (after being served with the order, obtained by Rolling Stone) to remove statements that allege Cardi B “performed a debasing act with a bottle”, has herpes and HPV, has used cocaine, and has committed adultery and engaged in prostitution.Cardi B (real name Belcalis Cephus) sought the injunction after securing $4million in punitive damages (raised from $1million just hours after receiving the defamation verdict) after Kebe was found liable for defamation, invasion of privacy and causing emotional distress.On the fourth day of January’s week-long trial, Cephus told the court that she had felt “helpless” and “extremely suicidal” over the “false” online rumours.
The YouTuber who was ordered to pay Cardi B $4 million after losing a defamation legal battle has agreed to remove various videos and social media posts that contain various statements deemed defamatory by the court.The rapper – real name Belcalis Almanzar – sued YouTuber Latasha Kebe over various claims that had been made in videos she posted to her YouTube channel.During a court hearing in January, Kebe admitted that she didn’t fact-check any of the allegations made about Almanzar in her videos, but claimed that many of those allegations were mere opinion, while also questioning whether her content had caused the kind of emotional distress that the rapper claimed.Meanwhile, Almanzar and her legal team told the court that the untrue allegations spread by Kebe had had a tangible negative impact on the rapper’s mental health. Almanzar herself discussed how the widespread public speculation about her private life sparked by the rumours that were spread by Kebe made her depressed and suicidal.The jury hearing the case quickly sided with Almanzar and ordered Kebe to pay the $4 million in damages.

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