Actor Kaalan Walker from the movie "Superfly" was given a 50–life sentence for rapes.

 Actor Kaalan Walker from the movie "Superfly" was given a 50–life sentence for rapes.

Actor Kaalan Walker from the movie "Superfly" was given a 50–life sentence for rapes.

They will lie to you since they are aware that you succumbed for his BS, he said. It's retaliation against Mr. Walker,


Walker played Juju, a rival gang member who opposes Trevor Jackson's Youngblood Priest character in the movie. The movie is an updated version of the same-named movie from 1972.


Walker also acted in the 2017 film "Kings," which starred Halle Berry, and the 2018 television series "In Contempt," in addition to "Superfly."


Charles Trepany is a contributor.

According to NBC Los Angeles and Rolling Stone, deputy district attorney Yasmin Fardghassemi stated in court that the jury would witness a darker side of the defendant. He was unconcerned when they ordered him to stop.


'SuperFly' and 'Kings' star Kaalan Walker was found guilty of multiple counts of rape.


According to NBC Los Angeles and Rolling Stone, Flier presented the accusers as liars seeking "revenge" on his client during the trial.

The Los Angeles district attorney's office stated that Kaalan Walker, who played a character in the 2018 movie "Superfly," was sentenced on Monday to 50 years to life in state prison after being found guilty of multiple charges of rape.


Contributor Charles Trepany is one.

Deputy district attorney Yasmin Fardghassemi reportedly told the jury in court that they will see a darker side of the defendant, according to NBC Los Angeles and Rolling Stone. When they told him to stop, he didn't seem to care.


Star of the TV shows "SuperFly" and "Kings," Kaalan Walker, was found guilty on several counts of rape.


NBC Los Angeles and Rolling Stone claim that during the trial, Flier painted the accusers as liars seeking "revenge" on his client.

Kaalan Walker, who portrayed a character in the 2018 film "Superfly," was found guilty of numerous counts of rape and received a sentence of 50 years to life in state prison on Monday, according to the Los Angeles district attorney's office.


On three counts of forced rape, one act of assault to cause oral copulation, two counts of statutory rape, and two counts of rape by drunkenness, a jury found the 27-year-old guilty in April.


Walker's lawyer responded to a request for comment from USA TODAY.


Walker "maintains his innocence," according to his counsel, and "did not get a fair trial as many crucial issues were withheld by the Court," he said in a statement to USA TODAY at the time of his conviction.


Women and children are among the victims connected to Walker's conviction, according to NBC Los Angeles and Rolling Stone. The media outlets claim that Walker was charged with preying on weak women by promising them photo shoots and exploiting his connections in the industry.



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