The pint-sized rapper appeared in court this week for a preliminary hearing in his criminal case. His powerhouse lawyer Shawn Holley was right by his side.
Tory was in the car with Megan and has been blamed for shooting Megan. He denies the allegations but has never fully offered his side of things.
The witness claims the gun's muzzle flash went off near Kelsey, not Tory. Holley says this piece of information is "corroborated by the gunshot residue found on the other female's hands."
"It was further established that Megan gave several inconsistent accounts of what happened that night and that she omitted key information to the police," she says.
Following the shooting, Megan told the first responders that glass was stuck in her foot and not a bullet. However, she later claimed to not tell the truth about it being a bullet to prevent Tory from dealing with the police. She said she feared he could be shot by police given the climate at the time after George Floyd's murder.
Holley says she is ready to grill Megan in court about her changing story. "We look forward to the opportunity to cross-examine her at trial about the numerous inconsistencies in her story," she said.
The new witness information comes after another LAPD Det. Ryan Stogner testified that Megan told him Tory shouted "Dance, bitch, dance!" while firing gunshots at her feet.
Megan told officers Tory was drunk during the incident that happened around 4:30 AM after a party in the Hollywood Hills. He said Megan told him Tory begged her not to tell anyone what happened and offered to pay her money for her silence.
During the hearing, Tory lost it when the Det. testified that Tory called Megan's friend — who was present during the alleged shooting — and apologized from jail. The rapper shouted when the information was presented in court and his lawyer had to calm him down.
The judge found there was enough evidence to move the case forward to trial. Tory is expected in court on January 13. He is facing two charge of assault with a semiautomatic firearm in a manner that caused great bodily injury, and one charge of carrying a concealed, unregistered weapon.