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Kenneth Petty Says Sex With Jennifer Hough ‘Was Consensual’ Not Rape

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Nicki Minaj’s husband Kenneth Petty is finally speaking out regarding his checkered past.

Since news of his relationship with Minaj hit the net folks have been digging deep into his time in prison and sexual assault allegations. As previously reported in 1995, Petty was convicted of first-degree attempted rape after being accused of rape by Jennifer Hough. Petty served 4 years in prison but is now speaking out about what really occurred.

Related: 5 Things To Know About Kenneth Petty

In new legal documents Petty adamantly denies raping Hough.

“The sexual encounter between Plaintiff and I, which occurred 27 years ago, was consensual and Plaintiff was a willing participant,” he said. “I pled guilty to attempted rape, despite my innocence, because I was a scared 16-year-old kid and was told that my sentence would be 20 years to life if I did not plead guilty to attempted rape.”

Petty and Minaj are currently embroiled in a legal battle with Hough who claims the couple tried to coerce her to recant her story. She shared her story on “The Real” in an interview alongside her attorney Tyrone Blackburn.

Petty just recently obtained a lawyer to represent him in the harassment case. Meanwhile Minaj’s lawyer is threatening Hough and Blackburn with court sanctions claiming that the pair filed a “disgraceful” lawsuit in an attempt to get rich and famous.

A court sanction is defined as “a financial penalty imposed by a judge on a party or attorney for violation of a court rule, for receiving a special waiver of a rule, or as a fine for contempt of court.”

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