Cardi B urged to share medical records in defamation lawsuit against Tasha K

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Cardi B is at the heart of yet another legal battle. This time around, she is being asked to give access to her medical records after she filed a libel complaint for the “highly offensive” claims against YouTuber Latasha Kebe, also known as Tasha K.

According to the complaint filed by the rapper Bodak Yellow, Tasha Kebe carried out a malicious campaign in an attempt to sully her reputation. She allegedly claimed that Cardi B, a mother of two, cheated on her husband Offset, worked as a prostitute, took cocaine and contracted herpes and papillomavirus.  “None of the above statements regarding the Complainant is true. The complainant has never been a prostitute or a cocaine user. The complainant never has, and does not currently have, herpes, and has never had any outbreaks of herpes on her mouth, ” reads the file.

Cardi B’s lawyer says: 

On Monday, November 22, a judge ruled that the Center for Women’s Pelvic Health in Los Angeles would send her “all medical records related solely to [Cardi B] ‘s herpes and HPV tests.” ” 

Tasha K, Sadeer Sabbak, Cardi’s lawyer told Rolling Stone: “my client does not have HPV and herpes”. Two of the defamatory statements at issue are the vile, false and very offensive statements by the defendant that my client has herpes and HPV, and we provided these [STD testing] records 14 months ago to support this. statements from my client. “

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The rapper’s attorney also sent a statement to Rolling Stone. “We have no comments to make on the order for the Complainant’s medical records, in particular. We continue to prepare for the jury trial. Ms. Kebe looks forward to this matter finally being resolved. “

The NME reports that the trial of the mother of two is scheduled to take place earlier this year on January 5. Currently Cardi is at the heart of a lawsuit regarding the cover of her first mixtape, Gangsta Bitch Music, Vol. 1 of 2016, in which Kevin Brophy Jr. alleges that she used her distinctive back tattoo for the artwork without his permission. The trial was postponed to September, and will take place in February 2022.

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