Teairra Mari has been flatly denied a restraining order against 50 Cent, she could use to build a case against him. Her high-powered attorney Lisa Bloom blames the judge for getting lost in the details, fundamentally disagreeing on a definition for “engaging” in a sexual act. Teairra Mari’s lawsuit alleges both her ex Akbar Abdul-Ahad, and his friend 50 Cent, colluded against her when the accusations first came to light. If you recall, 50 Cent posted stills from the reported sex video, images depicting an ejaculatory discharge on her face.
The pictures were quickly taken down by admins with 50 Cent calling foul over freedom of speech, asinine as it may sound.
According to Lisa Bloom that judge vetoed the attestation because he wasn’t convinced the photo 50 Cent posted of Teairra Mari with ejaculation on her face wasn’t sexually suggestive enough, of her engaging in a sexual act. The judge was also unconvinced that 50 Cent would ever post the photo again. If I were an officer of the Criminal Justice system, I wouldn’t bet against the spread on this one.
50 Cent is not exactly a model of socially acceptable online behavior. As for her ex Akbar Abdul-Ahad, he is scheduled to meet the same judge in half a month’s time.