Kaalan Walker claims to be innocent, saying he never raped anyone.
Kaalan Walker, a rapper, and actor who participated in the Superfly revival in 2018 was reportedly convicted guilty of multiple rapes and now faces up to 100 years in prison.
Between 2013 and 2018, the actor was found guilty of rapping seven victims, three of whom were 16-year-old aspiring models, in a series of “sophisticated” crimes, according to authorities. He was cleared of further counts against three of his ten accusers, but he sobbed when the Los Angeles jury’s split verdict was given to him.
Walker was accused of sexual assault by around 30 teenagers and young women in 2021, who claimed he preyed on them by using his moderate celebrity and social media position to promise them introductions to Drake and other celebrities. In Los Angeles County, he was arrested on allegations of forceful rape, unlawful intercourse with a minor, and other offenses in relation to 11 of the victims. Andrew Flier, Walker’s lawyer, has stated that he intends to appeal the verdict.