Megan Thee Stallion — District Attorney Sends Cops To Locate Her Former Bodyguard To Testify In Tory Lanez Trial
Megan Thee Stallion’s former bodyguard reportedly remains missing and police have now been sent on a hunt to locate his whereabouts.
According to reports, after Megan Thee Stallion’s bodyguard, Justin Edison, did not appear to his scheduled testimony as part of Tory Lanez’ trial, the L.A. County D.A.’s Office sent cops out to find him.
Megan Thee Stallion, Justin Edison, Tory Lanez
As previously reported, Megan Thee Stallion’s bodyguard Justin Edison went “missing” ahead of his scheduled court appearance to testify on December 16 in the Tory Lanez trial for allegedly shooting the Houston rapper, but he never showed up.
Recent reports state that investigators stopped by an L.A. home on Monday morning (December 19) in hopes of finding Justin. The investigators’ goal was to acquire information on when Justin would be available to testify since he was supposed to last week. However, they reportedly did not locate him, and still have no clue on his disappearance.
Reportedly, Megan’s team, including her lawyer Alex Spiro, last heard from Justin on Thursday night (December 15) with expectations he would be in court Friday for testimony as a key witness in Tory Lanez’trial. Alex Spiro believes there’s witness intimidation going on in the high-profile trial, and he claims prosecutors have launched an investigation into that.
Justin is reportedly still not considered a “missing” person and the LAPD does not currently have a missing person’s case for him.
As you may already know, the long-awaited shooting trial between Megan, 27, and fellow musician Tory began last week. Lanez, 30, is facing three felony charges for a 2020 shooting that resulted in serious injuries to Megan’s foot. Of the charges, include assault with a firearm and discharging a firearm with gross negligence. Most witnesses, including Megan, Tory, and the “Savage” artist’s ex-bff Kelsey Harris have already taken the stand. Justin was scheduled to have been next up.
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