“I’ve been served justice by the courts and vindicated by God,” Leviston said after the jury delivered its findings to the court.v50 Cent reportedly did not attend the hearing so no statement has been given on the ruling, yet.
“Our client intends to file post-verdict, pre-judgment motions which we believe should reduce the size of the award,” 50 Cent’s lawyer James Renard said today.
Lastonia Leviston was told by a federal judge on July 17th that she is allowed to proceed with her lawsuit despite 50 Cent filing for bankruptcy.
Leviston, who has a child with Rick Ross, is seeking punitive damages on top of the already $5 million that 50 Cent owes for posting a sex tape of her in order to hurt Rick Ross, whom at the time 50 was ‘beefing’ with.
50 Cent filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday, July 13th, which is when the jury was supposed to review the lawsuit for punitive damages. The rapper’s filing stopped the proceeding.