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Rapper Lil Mosey Ordered to Stay Away from Alleged Victim in Rape Case

Lil Mosey is being ordered to stay the hell away from his alleged sexual assault victim after being charged with second-degree rape. The "Blueberry Faygo" rapper has been hit with a sexual assault pre-trial protection order ... according to new legal docs obtained by TMZ. The order, issued in Lewis...
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Lil Mosey Pleads Not Guilty to Rape Charge

Lil Mosey appeared in Lewis County Superior Court in Washington yesterday and entered a not guilty plea on a second-degree rape charge stemming from an incident last year. Amy Muth and Jennifer Atwood, attorneys for the rapper, born Lathan Echols, maintain their client's innocence. The lawyers told XXL in a statement on Tuesday (April 27), "Lathan was never arrested and was never on the run. He only learned of this allegation last week. Notice of his court date was sent to the wrong address. Once Lathan learned about the warrant, he told his attorneys to contact the prosecutor right away. The prosecutor agreed that the judge could quash the warrant immediately, which the judge did. Lathan then appeared in court at the first opportunity. Today, the judge found he wasn’t a flight risk and didn’t impose any bail. Lathan entered a plea of not guilty because he is innocent. We expect him to be exonerated."

Lil Mosey Pleads Not Guilty To The Rape Charges Against Him

Lil Mosey has pled “not guilty” to the rape charges against him after turning himself in upon learning that a warrant had been issued due to a missed court date in January, according to local Centralia, Washington paper, The Chronicle. Mosey’s lawyer explained his absence from the initial court date, telling the court that the summons was sent to an address that Lil Mosey vacated five years ago, leaving him with no knowledge of the court date until after it had passed.
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'Blueberry Faygo' rapper Lil Mosey charged with second-degree rape

CHEHALIS, Wash. — Seattle rapper Lil Mosey, best known for his hit “Blueberry Faygo,” is facing a second-degree rape charge in Washington state. The Lewis County prosecutor’s office filed the charge earlier this month against the 19-year-old, born Lathan Moses Echols, and another man following a Jan 5 party at a cabin in rural Randle, near Mount St. Helens.

Lil Mosey reportedly wanted in connection with second-degree rape charge

Rapper Lil Mosey is reportedly wanted in connection with second-degree rape charge. Mosey, real name is Lathan Moses Stanley Echols, did not attend a court appearance on Wednesday (April 21) according to TMZ, leading to him being wanted by police in the state of Washington. The 19-year-old and another man...

Rapper Lil Mosey wanted by US police over rape charge

US rapper Lil Mosey is wanted by police after failing to turn up to court to face a rape charge. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of the 19-year-old, real name Lathan Echols, from Seattle, whose hit Blueberry Faygo reached the top 10 in both the US and UK last year.