Wonzer and Dozier say among the items stolen from them were shoes, jewellery, a camera and money.
A complaint filed at Manhattan federal court, seen by Page Six, reads Seketha Wonzer and Kevin Dozier are taking legal action over the incident, which the rapper pleaded guilty to his involvement in in court as part of a plea deal. The musician, real name Daniel Hernandez, was sentenced to two years in prison, including 13 months already served. He was allowed out of jail to house arrest amid the coronavirus pandemic.
6ix9ine wasn’t active in the robbery himself but filmed it from an SUV outside while those in his former gang Nine Trey Bloods carried it out. In the complaint, Wonzer claims she is ‘always scared of people’ and ‘I cannot be in large crowds for long periods of time’ as a result of the robbery.
In his first interview since leaving prison, Tekashi said he wanted to testify against his former gang after publicly leaving them. He admitted he had initally followed the ‘street code’ of not snitching on his associates despite them breaking the code when it came to him.
Tekashi admitted he ‘knew what [he] was getting into’ when he joined Nine Trey, but he was providing them with money in exchange for ‘credibility’ and having the ‘gang image’. Since leaving jail the rapper explained he is usually surrounded by at least eight bodyguards, and sometimes as many as 22 after turning down the witness protection programme.