A judge in Atlanta has forced Tasha K to delete old posts in which she made startling allegations against Cardi B.
As reported by TMZ on Monday, the judge signed off on an injunction giving the blogger five days to erase the controversial videos from her social media platforms.
Per the outlet, both sides agreed to the terms of the injunction.
This ruling comes months after a jury found Tasha liable for libel, invasion of privacy, and intentional infliction of emotional distress after she posted content alleging, among many things, that Cardi did d*ugs, was a p**stitute, and her eldest daughter Kulture, now 3, might have been born with intellectual disabilities.
Cardi has repeatedly denied the claims and testified that Tasha’s allegations made her feel “extremely su*cidal” and “helpless.”
After Cardi was awarded around $4 million in her libel suit, she filed documents in March asking the court to force Tasha to pull the allegations from the Internet and to ban her from reposting them.
“Plaintiff filed this action because defendants refused to stop targeting her with harmful and disgusting lies,” attorneys for Cardi wrote. “Damages alone are inadequate to address the constant ongoing threat of defendants repeating the defamatory statements [and] defendants have explicitly said that they will continue publishing the defamatory statements unless an injunction is issued.”
The documents are referencing statements from Tasha, made in videos and on the witness stand from the previous libel trial, where she said she would not permanently remove the videos about Cardi unless she was forced to do so by a judge.
Despite her legal loss, Tasha is appealing the verdict in the libel suit. If she wins the appeal, the judge says she can file to modify the injunction, possibly allowing her to repost her allegations about Cardi.
In February, Tasha was asked by Kendall Kyndall and Kendra G of “Social Society” if she has the amount of money that she has to pay in the lawsuit.
In response, she said, “I ain’t got it,” adding, “Listen, I ain’t got it. I ain’t got it. Don’t ask me for no money. I ain’t got it.
“But listen, we have business things in place that takes care of things like this. But of course, the appellate court and the supreme court is in process right now,” she added, referencing her appeal.
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