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Sara Molina, the mother of the 6ix9ine’s daughter went on the record detailing claims of repeated violent assaults by the hands of the rapper.
6ix9ine‘s former girlfriend Sara Molina has come forward with allegations that detail her experiences with periodic physical abuse by the rapper.
In a new interview with The Daily Beast, Molina, who is also the mother of 6ix9ine’s daughter, claims the rapper physically abused her during their seven-year-long relationship. The piece includes graphic photos Molina took of her injuries following the alleged attacks.
Molina says 6ix9ine physically assaulted her for the first time during an October trip to Dubai, where he was set to perform for a concert. In the interview, she says the assault was prompted by 6ix9ine’s assumption that his manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan was romantically pursuing her.
“He punches me out of nowhere,” Molina said. “I was leaking blood.”
6ix9ine reportedly punched and kicked her and pressed a pillow over her face.
“I was scared. ‘Why is he acting this way?’ I had never seen him like that.,” she added. “He punched me so hard in my right ear I thought I was deaf.”
She alleges that assault lasted “for two hours straight,” and that the morning after, 6ix9ine “forced [her] to have sex with him.”
In April 2018, Molina says 6ix9ine assaulted her after she brought up another woman who had claimed to be pregnant with his child. The couple’s two-year-old daughter was reportedly present at the time of this attack, which Molina says left her with “a battered face.”
Molina says he beat her right after a music video shoot with Kanye West and Nicki Minaj in November— the shoot that had reportedly been canceled following a shooting.
Molina did not report the incidents to police.
6ix9ine, born Daniel Hernandez, has not been charged with domestic assault but is currently behind bars and recently pleaded guilty to nine criminal counts including gang-related racketeering and firearms charges. He faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 47 years in prison, though he might receive less time for cooperating with the feds.
Check out the full interview on The Daily Beast.