Drake has scored a major legal victory.
For, the ‘Nice For What’ rapper has just beaten a $4 billion home intruder lawsuit.
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Previously, Mesha Collins was arrested and charged with breaking into the Drake’s Los Angeles home in April 2017. She was then released on $100,000 bail, with Drake deciding not to press charges because he felt she was struggling with personal issues.
However, Collins then went on to sue Drake for $4 billion, claiming that he defamed her and invaded her privacy by sharing private information on Instagram.
Drake’s legal team denied the accusations and called them “egregiously baseless.”
Billboard reports that the suit has been dismissed by the Los Angeles Superior Court on the grounds that nothing Drake posted could be remotely linked to Collins.
The dismissal order was granted under California’s anti-SLAPP law, which allows judges to quickly reject questionable lawsuits that could chill free speech.