The star’s attorneys said they had repeatedly tried — and failed — to get her to pull her videos down.
One of Tasha video cited in the lawsuit includes a statement that Cardi had done sex acts “with beer bottles on f—ing stripper stages.” Other videos said the superstar had contracted herpes; that she had been a prostitute; that she had cheated on her husband; and that she had done hard drugs.
However, XXL magazine reports that documents it has obtained reveal Cardi B’s attorneys are challenging the truthfulness of Tasha K’s bankruptcy claims.
The legal team alleges that Tasha K and her husband, Cheickna Kebe, did not fully disclose the existence of offshore and domestic trusts created for their benefit.
During depositions, both Tasha K and her husband testified that they did not possess any savings accounts, IRAs, or trusts in their names or their children’s names.
Cardi B’s legal team claims to have uncovered evidence to the contrary, revealing the existence of multiple domestic and offshore trusts that were allegedly never disclosed by Tasha K.
Cardi B’s lawyers suspect that a third party named Patricia Haynes knows these trusts. Despite being aware of the subpoena, Haynes is accused of deliberately evading service, prompting Cardi B’s legal team to seek a judge’s intervention.
If proven that Tasha K intentionally hid assets, she could potentially face up to five years in prison and criminal fines. Cardi B had previously won a $4 million defamation lawsuit against Tasha K in October 2022.
Although Cardi B had hinted at forgiveness in 2023 when Tasha K shared videos about financial struggles, the recent allegations have reignited the legal battle. Now, Cardi B appears determined to collect the full $4 million judgment.