In Summary

  • Tory Lanez wife files for divorce.
  • She’s also seeking the custody of their seven year old son, Kai.
  • Tory Lanez was sentenced to 10 years in jail for shooting Megan Thee Stallion in 2020.

Incarcerated singer and rapper Tory Lanez has suffered another setback with details that his wife, Raina Chassagne has filed for divorce after less than a year of bliss.

Tory Lanez and Chassagne became husband and wife in June, 2023, three months before he began his 10 year sentence.

However, Chassagne on Monday filed to end the marriage citing “irreconcilable differences”.

Despite marriage, Chassagne never changed her last name as the norm and it’s still unclear how long they dated before saying “I DO” in June, 25, 2023.

Chassagne is also seeking the legal custody of their seven year old son, Kai.

However, she also obliged to visitation.

In the mean time, Chassagne is also said to have taken Kai to see his father at the California Correctional Institution in Tehachapi.

It is said that the son had a good time twice with his dad back in January this year. They had a candid time sitting at a table where they played board games and ate snacks together.

They even got to hug at some moment.

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Lanez was fond of his son, Kai and even brought him to court on several occasions during his trial.



10 Year Jail Sentence

Tory Lanez was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for shooting female rapper Megan Thee Stallion on the leg back in 2020.

During the trial, Megan affirmed that Lanez fired several shots at her on their way out from a party.

According to the Savage rapper, their dispute arose over their occasional sexual relationship which spread to musical careers.

Megan further added that during the incident, Lanez offered to buy her silence with $1 million to share with her then friend, Kelsey Harris with whom they were with in the car during the incident.

All along, Lanez refused to testify maintaining his innocence.

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He was convicted of three counts; assault with a semi-automatic firearm, discharging a firearm with gross negligence and being in possession of a loaded unregistered firearm in his car.


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