Migos’ Takeoff Escape Charges In Sexual Assault Case

According to TMZ, the decision came after “countless hours” of investigating on the part of the musician’s attorney Drew Findling. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) The former couple cleared that incident up quickly when they said that it was simply an “unfortunate incident.” The news that charges have been dropped against Takeoff came from TMZ. She also said that Takeoff made her “extremely uncomfortable” at a party in Los Angeles. He said, “The allegations were patently and provably false.”
In the original lawsuit, the woman who was not identified accused the Georgia-born recording artist of sexual assault and battery. Just last week, the rappers were being described as toxic following the now infamous Quavo and Saweetie elevator video, which surfaced on social media. She further alleged that he took advantage of her in a bedroom. Since the new first broke, Takeoff always maintained his innocence and vehemently denied the accusations. Migos have been in the news for pretty contentious reasons over the last few days. Takeoff escape charges in his 2020 sexual assault case. Now that things seemed to have settled down for the trio, fans are hoping they head back to the studio to produce their highly anticipated album Culture III. Even though no criminal charges will be filed, he could still face a civil lawsuit from the alleged victim. They can record at least one win after Takeoff‘s pending sexual assault case has been dropped because of a lack of evidence. They stated that the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office decided not to move forward with prosecuting Takeoff for the sexual assault charges brought against him because of “insufficient evidence.”
The 26-year-old Migos rapper faced the charges last year in August when he was accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a party in August 2020.