The woman wanted by cops for allegedly being an accessory to rape involving Mystikal says she can prove the alleged victim wasn't sexually assaulted by the rapper.
Tenichia Wafford is wanted because cops say she tried to strong-arm the alleged victim into dropping charges that Mystikal and another man raped her in October of last year in Louisiana.
Tenichia admits she called the woman, but only because they were friends, and that's when the alleged victim told her there was no rape. It's unclear if Tenichia is saying the alleged victim stated there was sexual contact with consent or no sexual contact at all. Tenichia says she recorded her conversation with the alleged victim.
Both Tenichia and Mystikal have turned themselves in and was booked for first degree rape.
Other sources reported this update of the Mystikal rape case:
A Harker Heights woman turned herself into a Louisiana jail Monday afternoon for her alleged role in a rape case involving the rapper Mystikal and Killeen rapper Avereweone Holman. Michael Tyler (Mystikal), 46, also turned himself in to Caddo Correctional Center Monday afternoon, according a Angie Willhite, Shreveport Police Department PIO.
The New Orleans rapper was allegedly involved in an October 2016 rape of a woman in Shreveport, Louisiana. Holman was arrested by the US Marshall's Task Force in Killeen for his alleged involvement in the case.
According to a press release, DNA evidence recovered during an initial investigation linked Tyler and Holman to the alleged rape. Warrants were issued for both Tyler and Holman charging both with one count of First Degree Rape with bonds set a $2 million each.
Wafford was an associate of Mystikal and Holman. She allegedly sought the victim out to convince her to drop the charge. A warrant was later issued for her arrest charging her to one count of Accessory After the Fact to First Degree Rape with a bond set at $200,000.
Mystikal plead guilty to sexual battery of an incident involving his hairstylist in 2003. He was sentenced to six years in prison and was released in 2010.