Fif went to Instagram Wednesday (July 11) to reference Mari allegedly leaking her own sex tape and call out Lisa Bloom for previously representing now-infamous alleged sexual predator Harvey Weinstein.
This week, “Love & Hip Hop” cast member Milan Christopher suggested Mari leaked her own sex tape.
“I remember the first day when she came to my house, it was about 7:30 in the morning and she called me talking about something that happened a day before and she wanted to come over and hang out and chill – she kept telling me, ‘Akbar put a sex tape out of me. Akbar put a sex tape out of me.’ I said, ‘Where is this sex tape at? Where is it at because it hadn’t been posted yet.’ This was at 7:30. The sex tape didn’t come out until like 10:47. Teairra ran out my door at 10:30 and then at like 10:35 she came back into my apartment. I was like, ‘What are you doing?’ She was acting really crazy. She was like, ‘Look! This is the sex tape!’ So she’s showing me the sex tape in her phone and I’m like, ‘Look, that’s not posted. Where is it posted?’ She’s like, ‘Don’t worry about it.’ She runs out my door again and then like five minutes later the sex tape is out. 100 percent [she put it out herself]. She’s doing all of this because I really think psychologically, Teairra needs help. Teairra needs to see a doctor. I think this is deeper than alcoholism. Drugs.” (TMZ)
Last weekend, 50 Cent shared his take on rumors about Mari putting out the sex tape.
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In June, a judge ruled against Mari to have a restraining order granted against 50 Cent and her ex-boyfriend Akbar Abdul-Ahad.
She went to court to get a restraining order against them to stop sharing the photo … but the judge has now denied that motion. And according to Lisa Bloom, the judge denied the request “because she was not convinced that the photo 50 Cent posted, with ejaculate on our client’s face, showed her ‘engaging’ in a sexual act.” Bloom also claims the judge wasn’t convinced 50 would post the photo again. Lisa took the judge to task saying, “Common sense dictates that photo of a woman with ejaculate on her face clearly depicts a sex act, and is the kind of humiliation the revenge porn law was designed to ban.” (TMZ)