Jelani Maraj seemed unemotional in a Long Island court before he took in his destiny, following his conviction for ruthless rape and acting in a way harmful to a kid.
Nassau County Supreme Court Judge Robert McDonald attacked Maraj for explicitly mishandling the young lady, saying that his "see is that you demolished this kid"
"You assaulted this youngster. You assaulted her again and again," McDonald said.
The sentence comes two years after a jury passed on the liable decision for the sexual maltreatment, which started in 2015.
The injured individual's sibling saw Maraj ambushing his sister and later told school authorities.
Minaj didn't show up in court to help her more established kin Monday, however Maraj's attorney, David Schwartz, read a 2016 letter that the "Tusa" vocalist wrote in an offer to get her sibling a lighter sentence.
In the letter, the rapper alluded to Maraj as the "most patient, delicate, veritable, giving sacrificial man I know."
Maraj likewise argued for leniency at his condemning, however he kept up that he was honest of the charges.
"I'd prefer to apologize for the torment that I caused. I had an over the top drinking issue," he stated, including that he's "simply requesting kindness from the court."
Before he was condemned, the person in question, who is currently his previous stepdaughter, valiantly told the court that the maltreatment drove her to get self-destructive.
"I didn't figure I could endure the day without an uneasiness assault." she said. "I believed I had no voice."
She recently affirmed at Maraj's 2017 preliminary that he over and over assaulted her in family's Baldwin home while he was hitched to her mom.
Maraj denied the charges, guaranteeing the story was created to coerce his celebrity sister.
After the condemning, Schwartz said his customer intends to offer. A prior endeavor to upset the case was tossed out.