Teairra Mari Faces Jail After Skipping Court in Her Legal Battle With 50 Cent

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A reality television actress and despondent R&B singer has a warrant out for her arrest after missing a court date, which a judge scheduled pertaining to her legal showdown with a well-known hip-hop mogul.

According to BET News, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood personality Teairra Mari’s losses have piled up even higher as the ceaseless  civil case in which rap kingpin 50 Cent prevailed against her continues. The cable TV network reported that court documents obtained by a popular celebrity news blog prove that Mari, 31, failed to appear in a Los Angeles, California courtroom to attend an April 22, 2019 court hearing.

This hearing was secured by attorneys for 50 Cent, 43, because the “In the Club” hit maker wants to know more about Mari’s finances. The former rapper won a $30,000 judgement against Mari after her initial “revenge porn” lawsuit against 50 Cent (born Curtis Jackson) was thrown out of court by a judge due to a lack of merit. In return, 50 Cent counter-sued Mari to recover the legal expenses he incurred to fight her case against him.

50 Cent’s status as the chess master of petty was reinvigorated when a judge agreed that Mari should fork over a bundle for the A-list television producer’s attorney fees. Mari tried to beat 50 at his own game by releasing a diss song against him called “I Ain’t Got It” in which she references her loss in court against the “Get Rich or Die Trying” film star. However, Mari’s spiteful antics scored her no victories in a field where proof rules.

If the former Rocafella Records signee is caught by law enforcement officials in Los Angeles for any reason, she will be apprehended and taken to jail for not following a judge’s order to appear in court. Mari got her start when she was 16-years-old as a singing sensation.

However, poor record sales (as well as falling popularity) dogged her career in the music business and she was dropped by record label after record label.