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Cardi B wins in ongoing authorized case towards Tasha Ok as choose orders blogger to take away posts concerning the rapper

 Cardi B wins in ongoing legal case against Tasha K as judge orders blogger to remove posts about the rapper

Cardi B has recorded one other win in her ongoing legal battle towards Tasha Ok Monday, as a federal judge in Atlanta ordered the YouTube blogger to remove clips and social media posts {that a} jury in January deemed ‘false and defamatory.’

The judge ordered Tasha Ok, 40, to remove the posts within a five-day interval, Rolling Stone reported Monday.

The blogger, whose actual title is Latasha Kebe, was forbidden by the courtroom to post or repost any allegations linking Cardi B, 29, to drug use, prostitution, marital infidelity, or sexually transmitted diseases, in response to the outlet.

The New York native, whose full identify is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, on January 24 was victorious in a $4 million defamation suit in opposition to Tasha Ok in a Georgia federal courtroom.

Final month, she sought the injunction over the posts over ‘dangerous and disgusting lies’ that remained on-line within the wake of the decision, based on her legal group.

In court paperwork, Cardi B’s legal crew had noted that in the wake of the January verdict that ‘not the entire videos and posts containing the defamatory statements have been faraway from defendants’ social media accounts.’

Tasha Ok was a ‘fixed ongoing menace’ towards the singer after telling the courtroom in January that she would not stop posting defamatory objects in regards to the singer until she was legally compelled to, Cardi B’s attorneys stated.

The I Like It artist’s legal crew stated that ‘regardless of the overwhelming proof entered at trial and a unanimous jury verdict towards (Kebe and her firm) on all of plaintiff’s claims, they proceed to insinuate that the defamatory statements are true,’ citing a January 26 tweet from Tasha Ok that said that ‘No LIES have been instructed on anyone.’

In the January case, the jury discovered Tasha Ok’s posts towards the singer have been achieved with ‘precise malice,’ and ordered her to pay Cardi B $1.5 million in damages, $1.25 million in punitive damages and greater than $1 million for legal charges.

Tasha Ok subsequently took to YouTube to say that she was planning on appealing the verdict; if she wins her enchantment, she will petition the courtroom to switch the injunction issued over the posts.

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