Tekashi 6ix9ine Released on Bail: First Words Revealed


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Tekashi 6x9ine was released from jail at 12:30 noon on January 26, after spending nine days behind bars for the complaint filed by his mother-in-law, Wanda Díaz, for allegedly raping her and her daughter, Yailin La Más Viral.

The rapper was released after paying a “financial guarantee” of 30 thousand Dominican pesos (510 dollars) that was imposed by Judge Faustina Veloz, because “she did not find sufficient evidence” to impose preventive detention, as stated. requested the Public Ministry.

Daniel Hernández, the artist’s first name, left the Palace of Justice accompanied by his team of lawyers and was received by a crowd of followers who were already waiting for him outside the premises.

In addition to his fans, national and international media were waiting for him. 6ix9ine took advantage of the cameras to thank the Dominicans for their love and support and asserted that he was accused “without evidence.” “Thanks to my family, my brother, ( also) for all the support that the Dominican people have given me,” he told the press.

After Judge Faustina Veloz issued bail for the rapper, the Public Ministry reported that it will appeal the judge’s decision on coercive measures for Tekashi. According to information from the De Último Minuto portal, prosecutor Rosalba Ramos indicated that the rule was not correctly applied.

In addition, Wanda Díaz, the complainant, “is in danger by not imposing the custodial measure requested by the Public Ministry.” The prosecutor also alleged that “the right of the victim, Wanda Díaz Núñez, to be heard was violated” by not being able to attend the hearing on Thursday, January 25, due to health problems.

“She, Wanda Díaz Núñez, presented a medical certificate that she could not be present. For this reason, we request under this regulation that it be heard through the tool electronic that the court considered relevant and the judge did not accept it, violating the right of the victim.” Ramos also pointed out that the 911 call for help made by Yailin La Más Viral at Cattleya’s baptism was ignored as evidence, as was that the rapper could escape abroad.

The prosecutor even mentioned that Tekashi was found with a cell phone in his cell with which he was allegedly “threatening witnesses and hindering the investigation.” “With this freedom, the judge endangers the victim’s 10-month-old baby, Yailín and Doña Wanda. As well as all the witnesses in the process,” the prosecutor stated.

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