Nicki Minaj’s hubby, Kenneth Petty has been sentenced for failing to register as a sex offender . Nicki Minaj’s hubby, who admitted to the charges against him in September, has been sentenced to a blend of in-home confinement, probation and fines, ET affirms.
“Kenneth Petty pleaded guilty in September 2021 to one count of inability to register as a sex offender,” a public data official for the U.S. Lawyer’s office in Los Angeles told ET.
“Recently evening, U.S. Area Judge Michael W. Fitzgerald Mr. Petty to three years of probation, one year of home repression, and requested him to pay a fine of $55,000.”
Petty’s sex offender registration is a consequence of a 1994 occurrence. At the point when Jennifer Hough was 16, she announced that Petty assaulted her at knifepoint. Petty, who was likewise 16 at that point, was accused of first-degree assault. He at first denied the allegations, prior to confessing to assault. He served over four years in jail and was requested to enlist as a sex guilty offender.
In November 2019, during a traffic stop, policing that Petty still couldn’t seem to enlist as a sex in California after he moved to the state from New York, as per his booking sheet, which ET recently got.
He was prosecuted for neglecting to register as a sex offender in California in March 2020, at which point he self-gave up, U.S. Marshalls recently affirmed via social media. At that point, Petty was released on a $20,000 fine.
Nicki Minaj, who has defended her hubby other against social media analysis, wedded Petty in Oct. 2019. They had a 1-year-old child.