The rapper’s sentencing was handed down Tuesday in L.A. after almost a full two days of sentencing hearings. Tory was facing over 22 years in prison. The sentencing was actually delayed several times over the last few months, at one point Tory begged the judge, “Please don’t ruin my life, sir.”
As we reported, Tory was found guilty in December of shooting Megan. Video, obtained by TMZ, from the now-infamous moment back in 2020 showed Megan limping near their SUV and leaving behind a trail of blood.
Tory was found guilty of all 3 charges against him — negligent discharge of a firearm, assault with a semiautomatic firearm, and carrying a loaded and unregistered firearm.
The jury verdict was met with serious pain from Tory’s family as it was read, because several members — including his dad and stepmom — shouted, “This system stands before God!” Some of his family members were even escorted out of the courtroom.
Sources connected to the case told us the Canadian rappers’ lawyers were in contact with immigration officials before the verdict came in … saying they were informed there was a strong chance he could be forced to leave the country, but obviously that hasn’t happened.
Baez, who won an acquittal for Casey Anthony back in the day, joined us on “TMZ Live” in January, telling us he was all in to help Tory out — adding he was pretty confident in getting the job done, claiming there were numerous procedural errors during the trial.