The other night, Tory Lanez tweeted “It’s been real,” as it was assumed by many, that he would be going to jail. This is after violating the protective order, which stated that he had to be 100 feet away from Megan Thee Stallion. That was violated at the Rolling Loud festival, in Miami.
Tory has since denied that he’s going to jail, but more legal woes are coming. According to Radar Online, he is being sued by a man, after being left “disfigured,” by a vehicle that’s said to be owned by Tory.
This man is Barry Fine, who is also suing insurance company AIG. This went down back on January 23, in Florida. Fine was in his 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Turbo, when a 2016 Range Rover “caused a ‘chain reaction rear-end collision striking one vehicle propelling that vehicle into Plaintiff’s vehicle.”
The person in the Range Rover quickly fled the scene, and was later to be found abandoned on I-95 in Miami. Tory was found to be the owner of the car, but the driver was not IDed. Fine has since said that he’s experienced “disfigurement, physical and mental pain and suffering, medical expenses, loss of earning capacity, a permanent injury, significant scarring, and out-of-pocket expenses.”
Fine wants over $30,000 in damages, as he feels that Tory and AIG should pay him the difference between his car’s value before the accident and its value after the repairs are made. The documents were filed to serve Tory, at his Miami penthouse.