Prosecutors reportedly ask the judge to sentence Tory Lanez to 13 years following Megan Thee Stallion Shooting.
We previously reported that Tory Lanez reportedly “begged” the judge not to “ruin” his life.
Journalist Meghann Cunniff shared, “Lanez spoke to Judge Herriford and expressed "please don’t ruin my life. I could be your son. I could be your brother.” Lanez told the judge.
According to reports, on Tuesday (June 6), prosecutors argued that anything less than 13 years would “endanger public safety” and “not be in the interest of justice.” In the sentencing memorandum, prosecutors stated, “the defendant actively invited harassment of the victim by spreading misinformation to his large following in an effort to galvanize the public against the victim and even the prosecution team without any regard to the dangers it posed,” prosecutors wrote. “The defendant has weaponized misinformation to his large following to such a degree that it has left a lasting traumatic impact on the victim.”
“The defendant’s lack of remorse is insidious, leaving this court no assurances that the defendant will not repeat this type of behavior in the future," it continued.
The sentencing will take place next week.