Tory Lanez Reportedly Marries Mother Of His Son While Incarcerated

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New details have surfaced regarding Tory Lanez’s recent bail request. According to Legal Affairs & Trials reporter Meghann Cuniff — who covered the rapper/singer’s shooting case — the Chixtape rhymer is now married.

“From his sentencing hearing engagement announcement to his bail motion wedding announcement, Tory Lanez’s relationship status has advanced rapidly in the last few weeks,” Cuniff reported via Twitter. “His fiancée is now his wife, according to the motion.”

Lanez is hoping to be released on bail.

Cuniff also shared legal documents which included the Sorry 4 What rapper’s future plans if he was to be released back into society.

“If released, he would live locally in the Los Angeles area with his wife, Raina Chassagne, and their child, aged six years old,” it reads.

“Upon receiving bail, Mr. Peterson’s wife and child will be relocating from Florida to Los Angeles, where the child will be regularly attending school.”

Tory Lanez and his 5-year-old son Kai'Lon
Rapper Tory Lanez, 30, walks out of the courthouse while holding his 5-year-old son Kai’Lon, Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022, in Los Angeles.

Chassagne last attended Lanez’s trial when he was handed a 10-year sentence at the top of August. Megan Thee Stallion also sent in a statement at the time, urging the judge to give Lanez the maximum sentence.

However, he has maintained his innocence.

Cuniff also called out Lanez’s attorney Baez, who was seen out in Italy and allegedly not tending to the rapper’s case.

“I was right about Jose Baez not prioritizing Tory Lanez’s bail motion while in Italy – it’s not his motion,” she tweeted before revealing, “This longshot is from an attorney for Unite the People. Lanez is a board member and donor.”

Earlier this month, the 31-year-old’s legal reps filed a motion to get him registered into therapy and probation instead of serving prison time.

Cuniff reported that his attorneys, Jose Baez and Ed Welbourn, submitted documents claiming that the Canadian star suffered from alcoholism on the night of the shooting — reducing his “culpability.”

“Assuming the allegations are true, Mr. Peterson’s psychological, physical, and childhood trauma was a factor in the commission of the offense,” the documents read. “Likewise, the current offense is connected to Mr. Peterson’s childhood trauma and mental illness, alcohol-use disorder… Mr. Peterson’s alcohol-use disorder, although not amounting to a defense, reduced his culpability.”

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