The Shade Room was on scene for day three of Tory Lanez shooting trial in Los Angeles, and spotted alleged victim Megan Thee Stallion‘s former friend Kelsey Harris as she entered the courthouse to take the stand on Wednesday.
Harris could be seen exiting a black SUV with what appeared to be a security detail, and was holding hands with a mystery man as she entered the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center.
Harris asked for immunity during her testimony on Wednesday, The Shade Room can report.
Kelsey also testified that Megan Thee Stallion was acting out & drunk at party before shooting incident, as well.
She reportedly pleaded the fifth when asked if Tory threatened to shoot her.
“Why’d You Shoot That Boy” Someone Asked Kelsey Harris As She Entered Court To Take The Stand Wednesday
Shortly after both Megan and Kelsey were spotted entering the courthouse, Tory Lanez himself arrived once again on day three of his trial in the alleged shooting of Meg Thee Stallion.
Meanwhile, Megan Thee Stallion emotionally testified that Lanez offered her $1 million to keep quiet about the alleged shooting during the latter’s assault trial this week, and even revealed that the traumatic incident has caused her to have suicidal thoughts, per reports.
Megan The Stallion Testifies That Lanez Offered Her $1 Million To Keep Quiet About Alleged Shooting
The pop star, who’s real name is Megan Pete, claimed Lanez had gotten into a fight with her former friend Kelsey Harris while in a car as they travelled through the Hollywood Hills back in 2020, prompting her to exit the vehicle.
As she began walking away from the car, Meg testified that she heard Tory say “dance b****” while pointing a gun at her before getting shot, causing her to go into shock.
“I can’t believe I have to come up here and do this” Megan said as she took the stand on Monday. “Don’t say anything and I’ll give you a million dollars,” she went on to say, according to TMZ.
Her testimony resumed after lunch break on Monday, where she said she’s had suicidal thoughts and “can’t even be happy” anymore since the alleged shooting incident, having affected her “both physically and mentally,” NPR reports.
Stay tuned for more updates on this trial as they come!