Kylie Jenner and Corey Gamble could be called as witnesses in Tory Lanez’s trial

Kylie Jenner and Corey Gamble could be called as witnesses in Tory Lanez’s trial

Kylie Jenner and Corey Gamble could be called as witnesses in the trial of Tory Lanez, who is accused of shooting fellow hip-hop player Megan Thee Stallion in the foot.

Prosecutors say Lanez, 30, real name Daystar Peterson, and Megan, 28, attended a party in LA in July 2020 and were in Lanez’s SUV in the Hollywood Hills with Megan’s former assistant Kelsey Harris when an argument began .

Lanez’s defense attorney George Mgdesyan has since revealed that the pool party was at Jenner’s house.

After the party, Megan told the driver to stop the car and get out – at which point Lanez reportedly started firing a gun at her, injuring her foot so badly that she required surgery.

Potential: Gamble, 42, is pictured November 13

On the list: Kylie Jenner and Corey Gamble could be called as witnesses in the trial of Tory Lanez, who is accused of shooting fellow hip-hop Megan Thee Stallion in the foot

Lanez, who has been under house arrest since late October for allegedly beating up another rapper, is charged with assault with a semi-automatic firearm and carrying a concealed firearm in a vehicle.

He has pleaded not guilty to both counts – but if convicted, he faces up to 12 years in prison.

Jenner, 25, and her mother’s partner, Gamble, 42, could potentially be called to the witness stand as they were both at the party that night where Lanez and Megan’s argument is believed to have started.

According to a Rolling Stone tweet, the two are now on a list for potential defense witnesses.

Mgdesyan said: β€œThe dispute, it all started with that [at the party].’

Tory Lanez was seen arriving at court in Los Angeles on Monday wearing an ankle monitor and a plaid suit for the start of jury selection Lanez, 30, is accused of shooting fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion, 27, in the foot in July 2020

Prosecutors say Lanez, 30, real name Daystar Peterson, and Megan, 28, attended a party in LA in July 2020 (which was now at Jenner’s home) and with Megan’s former assistant Kelsey in Lanez’s SUV in the Hollywood Hills were Harris when an argument started

He has pleaded not guilty to assault with a semi-automatic firearm and carrying a concealed firearm in a vehicle

He has pleaded not guilty to assault with a semi-automatic firearm and carrying a concealed firearm in a vehicle

has reached out to representatives from Kylie Jenner and Corey Gamble for comment.

Megan previously told CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King that Lanez yelled “dance, bi***” during filming.

“Everything goes so fast,” she said to King. “All I hear is this man yelling, ‘Dance bi***.'”

“He started shooting … I didn’t want to move too fast because I was like, ‘Oh my God … I don’t know if he can shoot me and kill me.’ I was really scared because I’ve never been before.” been shot.’

Megan – real name Megan Pete – also told King that Lanez offered her $1 million to keep the incident quiet.

Both singers have used lyrics in recent songs to accuse each other of lying.

Megan people are trying to frame me for a shootout,” Lanez wrote on his song Money Over Fallout.

Megan took to Instagram with a photo of her foot injury after the shooting

Megan took to Instagram with a photo of her foot injury after the shooting

Megan, 27, told CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King that Lanez yelled

Megan, 27, told CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King that Lanez yelled “dance, bi***” during filming.

Megan - real name Megan Pete - also told King that Lanez offered her $1 million to keep the incident quiet

Megan – real name Megan Pete – also told King that Lanez offered her $1 million to keep the incident quiet

Meanwhile, Megan released the song “Shots Fired,” in which she wrote that Lanez made false claims about the shooting “just to save face,” and said that she, not him, “is speaking facts.”

Before his jury trial even begins, Lanez has twice come into conflict with the presiding judge, LA Superior Court Judge David Herriford.

First, last April, the judge increased his bail from $250,000 to $350,000 after finding Lanez had tweeted about Megan, violating a protective order that barred him from posting comments about her on social media give up or approach her to within 100 meters.

Then, on Oct. 26, Judge Herriford ordered Lanez to house arrest β€” and ordered him to wear a GPS ankle monitor pending his trial β€” after hearing he allegedly met the hip-hop singer-songwriter in Chicago last September August Alsina, 30, had attacked.

After the alleged attack, Alsina posted photos to social media showing his face covered in blood and accused Lanez of violently assaulting him.

Prosecutors in the Megan Thee Stallion case asked Judge Herriford to break Lanez’s bail and send him to jail to await trial for showing “such a blatant disregard” for his bail terms in the Alsina incident β€” to whom also includes staying out of trouble.

But the judge limited his sanctions against Lanez to house arrest after hearing from the rap star’s attorney, Shawn Holley, that he had not been charged in the Alsina encounter, amounting to “mere allegations” that were “controversial.”

Jury selection in the Lanez trial is expected to last through this week, and opening statements from prosecutors and defense attorneys are expected to begin Monday, December 12.

The rapper, whose real name is Daystar Peterson, faces up to 12 years in prison if convicted.  The two pictured in 2020

The rapper, whose real name is Daystar Peterson, faces up to 12 years in prison if convicted. The two pictured in 2020