Tory Lanez Reportedly Feels Regret For Not Testifying In Megan Thee Stallion Trial

Just last month, Tory Lanez was found guilty on all three counts in his Megan Thee Stallion shooting case. Lanez was being tried for felony assault as well as two gun-related charges. Overall, it was an emotional case as Meg took the stand and recounted her story. Additionally, there was a lot of public interest considering the parties involved.

Since that time, some have rushed to Tory Lanez’s defense claiming that he truly is innocent and that the jury got it wrong. However, Lanez is still facing over 20 years in prison and he could even face deportation to Canada. Ultimately, that’s why the artist plans to appeal the case with his new lawyer, David Kenner.

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Tory Lanez attends Shaq’s Fun House presented by FTX at Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall on February 11, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Tory Lanez Has Regrets

According to a new story from Rolling Stone, Lanez feels very regretful about how he went about his initial trial. Mostly, he just wishes he had actually testified in court. As many already know, Lanez was directed not to speak during the trial, and he ultimately took that advice.

Now, it seems as though Tory feels like his first lawyer George Mgdesyan gave him poor advice. Consequently, this led to the lawyer being taken off the case. Mgdesyan has since defended his departure from the case noting that he doesn’t do appeals.

Tory Lanez attends Rolling Stone Live Big Game Experience at Academy LA on February 13, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images for MCM)

Moving forward, Lanez is set to receive his sentencing on February 28th. From there, his legal team can start the appeals process, and go from there. However, there are no guarantees that he can get this conviction overturned.

This is a developing story so stay tuned to HNHH for all of the latest news and updates. Additionally, let us know what you think about this revelation, in the comments below.