Tekashi 6ix9ine has been hit with a massive judgment after the rapper blew off a lawsuit brought by American Express, according to RadarOnline.com.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, the denounced rainbow-haired snitch was ordered to pay $119,488 to the credit card company.
American Express was granted a default judgment due to Tekashi failing to appear in court despite being served with the legal paperwork.
Tekashi 6ix9ine Hit with Massive Judgment
The credit card company fired off subpoenas to several banks in an attempt to seize assets owned by Tekashi. American Express claims Tekashi defaulted on several credit card payments.
The company said the rapper stopped making payments in November 2022.
In court documents, American Express demanded Tekashi be ordered to pay the remaining balance of $118,387.
The drama comes months after Tekashi was attacked by three men inside a LA Fitness in Palm Beach County, where he currently lives.
A leaked video of the incident showed Tekashi being brutally assaulted while he lay on the floor. Eventually, the musician was able to break free and escape.
Rafael Medina, his son Octavious Medina and a man named Anthony Maldonado were charged over the attack.
Rafael was charged with robbery without a firearm or weapon and battery, a second-degree felony and first-degree misdemeanor. His bond was set at $52k plus a condition of house arrest.
Rafael was accused by prosecutors of being the president of a local chapter of the Latin Kings, who have ties to the Blood Gang.
In court, prosecutors said they believed the attack was in retaliation for Tekashi snitching on other gang members in a federal criminal case.
Recently, prosecutors demanded the jury not be allowed to hear about Tekashi’s criminal history during the trial.
Prosecutors asked that no reference be made to “[Tekashi’] reputation for violence unless the Defendant shows some overt act by the victim at or about the time of the incident which reasonably indicated to the Defendant a need to take action in self-defense.”
Image Credit: John Parra / Contributor | Getty Images
Readers May Also Like:
Offset Ends Legal Battle with Former Record Label Quality Control Music[WATCH] Cardi B Allows Tampon String To Dangle During PerformanceThe Notorious B.I.G. Estate To Bring Back ‘Word Up!’ the Magazine