Tory Lanez Released From House Arrest, Faces New Felony Charge
Tory Lanez is off house arrest.
On Monday, jury selection started in the Toronto rapper’s felony assault case alleging he shot Megan Thee Stallion. According to Rolling Stone, the judge decided to end Lanez’s house arrest as the trial gets underway.
“I will terminate the house arrest at this point. The main reason is that during trial, it’s difficult to have a client who’s not accessible. I’m doing this mainly for the trial preparation aspect,” said Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge David Herriford.
The “Say It” rapper has been on house arrest since October following his alleged altercation with August Alsina in Chicago in September.
The judge also decided that Lanez could remove his GPS ankle monitor, but said that his $350,000 bond would stand.
Alvin BaumaThe judge also decided that Lanez could remove his GPS ankle monitor, but said that his $350,000 bond would stand.