And it has also been reported that Siya was also due to open up about the recent claims that B suffers from alcohol and drug abuse and that the judge was the one who supposedly initiated the sex sessions between her, Stephen and Giles.
B has since requested for the court documents to remain private to prevent her other children - Phoenix, 18, Angel, 10, - from being upset, but she hopes the outcome of the ongoing case will "show the truth" behind her relationship with Belafonte, although Belafonte, wants the documents to remain public.
“It’s just one of those stereotypes that black women deal with all the time.
But it’s strange that someone would say the same thing about that cardboard cutout they used in a Wal-Mart.” Jason Haggerty, one of the name-callers in question, said that he first noticed the cutout advertising a cell phone at his local Best Buy.
It’s amazing to us that someone could assign a racialized character trait to an inanimate object!
And it has since been reported on TMZ that rapper Siya filed a police report against the Spice Girls band member on Monday in which she claimed B had allegedly sent her threatening text messages and warned her not to speak out against her in court or to have any involvement in the legal case.Should you find any comments upsetting or offensive you can also flag them and we will assess it against our guidelines.EWN is constantly reviewing its comments policy in order to create an environment conducive to constructive conversations."Nelly will continue to respond to her client's baseless allegations." Nelly's rape accuser is calling him out for bullying her so harshly in the media, her attorney believes it rises to the level of a crime and is demanding justice ... The alleged victim's attorney, Karen Koehler, says Nelly fired off a letter to prosecutors laying out what she views as verbal attacks made by Nelly's team since TMZ broke the story of Nelly's arrest.In her response letter she says, "It is morally reprehensible for an accused person and his bully lawyer to issue derogatory and defamatory statements against a young alleged rape victim." She adds, "It is also criminal -- in the State of Washington -- when those vicious attacks are issued in the form of threats." Koehler singles out Nelly's attorney for saying the accuser is "a person with an agenda and clearly she has one.