With victim's rights attorney Gloria Allred by her side, 14-year old model Molly O'Malia held a tearful press conference yesterday in which she discussed her Internet relationship with Tyga.
Her gripe was with OK! magazine, who implied that she was thirsty for T-Raww, and had inadvertently revealed her identity. But Tyga ended up getting slandered too, as O'Malia explained how he relentlessly pursued her and made her feel uncomfortable.
Tyga has responded through his manager Anthony Martini, who told TMZ that T-Raww reached out to O'Malia on IG after his team found out that the 14-year old had a pretty strong musical following.
This runs contrary to what O'Malia said yesterday, as she claimed she was hoping Tyga wanted to discuss music but that he didn't.
Martini also revealed another detail in Tyga's favor. TMZ verified text messages in which O'Malia claims that she is 17. (Which is right in Tyga's wheelhouse...)
So that's where Tyga's at in 2016: having he said/she saids with junior high school students.