Tory Lanez Lawyer Asks Judge To Subpoena Kylie Jenner: “Everything Started There”

The trial of Megan Thee Stallion and Tory Lanez is fast approaching and now new and even more scandalous details are emerging, Media Take Out has learned.

Tory’s attorney announced Monday that Kylie Jenner has been added to the list of possible witnesses in the assault trial. Rolling Stone reporter Nancy Dillon shared more details via Twitter. “Tory’s attorney told the judge that Kylie and Corey Gamble are on his list of potential defense witnesses because they were present at Kylie’s pool party prior to the July 2020 shooting.”

Megan and Tory were leaving a party at Jenner’s when the alleged attack took place. Kylie has remained silent about the shooting incident since 2020. Kylie even unfollowed the rapper “Body” after the incident. But no word on Corey Gamble’s presence at the party.

Tory was released from house arrest shortly before the attack trial. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office released a statement Monday confirming the news. “Mr. Peterson’s house arrest has been lifted against objections from our office.”

Judge David Herriford said he allowed the home monitor’s removal “primarily because of the trial preparation aspect.” Tory’s legal troubles have continued to mount over the years. In September he attacked August Alsina. The 30-year-old star spoke to DJ Akademiks after his argument with Alsina. “I stand active 24 years ago. Next month,” Tory told Akademiks, “and that’s not a play-play situation. I’m not going to be there for three years. I have no intention of playing internet games with you. Will start now.”

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