Tory faces three felony charges: discharging a firearm with gross negligence, assault with a semiautomatic firearm, and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle. The Canadian-born rapper has pleaded not guilty but could face up to 22 years in prison and deportation if convicted.
Last Tuesday, the "Savage" rapper shared an emotional testimony as she recounted the events from that night.
"He was holding the gun pointing at me," Megan said, according to KABC. She claimed that he said, "Dance, bitch" and fired his gun, injuring both of her feet.
"I froze ... I felt shocked," she said. "I wasn't really sure if this was happening ... I looked at the ground and saw the blood … everyone was shocked."
Throughout the trial, Megan has received countless messages of support from fans and celebrities alike...
...as well as hurtful comments stating that she deserved to be shot and that she's lying about it all.
In the midst of the trial yesterday, Pardi released a statement on his Instagram story stating that he stands behind women who have "suffered an injustice."
In his message, Pardi touched on things that Meg has been dealing with since she spoke out about the alleged incident. He added that he "wouldn't wish this on anyone."
We will continue to update you as more information is released. Until then, just know, I STAND WITH MEG!
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