TMZ: Remy Ma's Charges Dropped in Assault Case Involving 'Love and Hip Hop' Co-Star Brittney Taylor
Remy Ma is officially free from any charges after a judge dropped the pending assault charges against her filed by a "Love & Hip Hop" co-star.
On Monday, the rapper was in a New York courthouse where prosecutors said there was not enough evidence to prove that Remy Ma made the alleged assault against "Love & Hip Hop: New York" star Brittney Taylor back in April.
Remy Ma was once sentenced to eight years in prison for being involved in a shooting incident outside of a Manhattan deli.
INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE LED TO CASE DISMISSAL
Since there were no surveillance videos capturing the alleged punch, and no other witnesses were there to see the fight, a New York judge dismissed the case entirely.
Previously, Remy Ma was slapped with 2 counts of assault, 1 count of aggravated harassment, and another count of harassment in the 2nd degree for the altercation with Taylor. Through it all, Remy maintained her innocence and said she wasn't even at the place where the alleged fight went down.
A POSSIBLE CASE AGAINST TAYLOR
Now, it seems Taylor might have to prepare for another court case, as Remy's lawyer hints she's about to sue. After all, she had to suffer wearing an ankle monitor because of the case, limiting her travels and having to deal with an 8:00 PM curfew that cost her a lot of money for having to cancel shows.
"These restrictions have hurt my client's ability to perform, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars of lost income. District Attorney Vance’s office should be commended for its exercise of sound judgment in agreeing to dismiss these unwarranted charges."
REMY'S PREVIOUS LEGAL WOES
It's no secret that Remy Ma was once sentenced to eight years in prison for being involved in a shooting incident outside of a Manhattan deli. She was released in 2014 and was put on five years of parole.
In August, this parole was finally lifted and she celebrated it by partying with her husband Papoose now that she has no curfew. With her most recent case dropped, Remy Ma and Papoose can finally live their "happily ever after" with their children.