Nicki Minaj Demands 300k in Sanctions & Fees From Jennifer Hough

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Nicki Minaj slams Jennifer Hough and demands 300k in sanctions & fees, former lawyer switches sides!

Nicki Minaj is also requesting that the judge consider Jennifer Hough’s former team member declaration who also revealed a lot more tea as detailed with court documents as seen in the video below.

In civil law, a sanction is that part of the law that assigns a penalty for violation of the law’s provisions. The most common civil sanction is a monetary fine. This is what the rap icon, Nicki Minaj, is seeking in return for the very publicized situation between Hough and her husband, Kenneth Petty, which drew her into the problem.

Nicki Minaj’s defense team claims Mr. Blackburn has engaged in additional bad faith conduct by making a new baseless and disgusting attack upon Ms. Maraj which is even more incendiary than his false accusation that she belongs to a gang.

Jennifer Hough, whom Petty was convicted of sexually assaulting in 1995, recently requested a $20 million default judgment in her witness intimidation case against the couple after they failed to respond to her lawsuit. Hough’s attorney, Tyrone Blackburn, says he received an email Thursday night from attorney Judd Burstein on Minaj’s behalf—in which he requested that Blackburn withdraw the petition and grant an extension to respond.

“I said NO!” Blackburn told The Daily Beast in an email. “I told him to prepare his opposition to my request for default judgment and explain to the court why his client and her husband believe they’re both above the law.”


In response to Burstein’s declaration, Blackburn filed a declaration in opposition to what he described as a “ridiculous” motion for sanctions. Of note in that response was Blackburn’s mention of Minaj’s brother, Jelani, who was sentenced in 2020 to 25 years to life after his 2017 conviction on predatory sexual assault and child endangerment.

“Upon information and belief, [Nicki Minaj] has a reputation of supporting sex offenders,” Blackburn stated in the court documents. Blackburn also mentioned Petty’s arrest in 2020 after failing to register as a sex offender in the state of California and accused Minaj of having “orchestrated a public relations campaign attempting to discredit the 11-year-old female victim” in her brother’s case, among other things.