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Weeks after Tory Lanez was convicted on assault charges against Meghan Thee Stallion, she replaced her legal counsel with Suge Knight’s lawyer, David Kenner. Legal reporter Meghan Cuniff, in a tweet, said David Kenner confirmed to her that he would replace Lanez’s former attorney, George Mgdesyan, on his case.
Kenner, who has represented Suge Knight and Snoop Dogg in the past, will take up Lanez’s case before his sentencing hearing scheduled for January 27. Rolling Stone reported that Lanez’s court appearance on January 10 was for “substituting counsel.” ”
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David Kenner is 50 years old.
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Meanwhile, Mgdesyan noted that he parted ways with Lanez on good terms and would still attend Lanez’s hearing. According to Rolling Stone, Mgdesyan said: Cuniff noted that Kenner represented Suge in the 1990s in a robbery case. He further clarified that Kenner did not represent the music executive in the case that earned him 28 years in prison, in which he pleaded guilty to manslaughter for a hit-and-run in the 2015 film Straight Outta Compton in October 2018.
Among Kenner’s legal victories is also helping Snoop Dogg beat his 1993 murder case. Meghan Cunniff, who covered the Tory Lanez case extensively, wrote on Twitter: The Snoop Dogg case revolved around the shooting of a Los Angeles gang member named Philip Woldemariam, who was shot to death three years earlier.
Before Lanez hired Kenner, Mgdesyan was reviewing his case. Uproxx reported that during the trial, Mgdesyan called a witness to help clear Tory Lanez of the charges against her for firing the shots that wounded Megan Thee Stallion.
The witness went on to confirm that he was the “smaller man” who held and fired the weapon, furthering the charge of assault on Lanez and related negligent discharge of a firearm. Tory Lanez was later convicted of three counts in the case. These included assault with a semi-automatic firearm, possession of a concealed and unregistered firearm, and discharging a firearm with gross negligence.