The reported survivor of Nicki Minaj’s husband Kenneth Petty’s alleged attempted rape crime, Jennifer Hough is asking a judge to expedite her case regarding the rapper’s failure to appear.
Hough is requesting that the presiding judge over her federal lawsuit give her a default against Nicki and Kenneth, according to legal papers obtained by Radar.
Jennifer makes the claim that she served the court documents on both parties, but none has decided to respond to the claim. As a result, she desires a default, which is required before a default judgment can be won.
Jennifer also stated that she is suing for $20 million in damages.
A decision has yet to be made by a judge. Jennifer sued Nicki and Kenneth earlier this year, condemning them of harassing, intimidating, and inflicting mental anguish on her by trying to pressure her not to talk about the initial rape case.
Kenneth was apprehended for attempted rape against Jennifer in the 1990s.
He was charged with first-degree rape but later pleaded guilty to attempted rape as part of a plea deal. Kenneth was imprisoned for four years. Jennifer claims that shortly after Nicki began dating Kenneth, the rapper began discussing the 1995 case.
Jennifer claims in her lawsuit that Nicki lied and claimed she had later retracted her allegations and that her husband was falsely accused.
Petty was arrested in 2020 after having failed to register as a sex offender when he relocated to California. Due to his prior conviction, he is legally required to register.
At almost the same time, Jennifer asserts Nicki and Kenneth’s affiliates began putting burden on her to renounce her claims.