6ix9ine Confesses To Domestic Violence In Plea Deal
by Staff Editor
Earlier this year, Tekashi 6ix9ine pleaded guilty to nine federal counts in his latest case. According to Vulture, the rapper is cooperating with the feds in hopes of getting a reduced sentence.
During a final pre-trial hearing, which took place Tuesday morning, the rapper admitted to years of domestic violence according to Complex.
Accusations of domestic violence against 6ix9ine first came earlier this year from the rapper’s ex-girlfriend Sara Molina, who is also the mother of his daughter. Molina accused Tekashi of beating her over a period of seven years, which corresponds with 6ix9ine’s own admission.
“A section of his plea deal agreement with the feds listed a number of crimes that he committed, including an admission of domestic violence from 2011 to 2018,” the report said.
6ix9ine is set to testify in court next week against members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang, but he will have to wait until January 2020 to receive a sentence regarding his racketeering case.