On Monday, Remy's lawyers were able to convince a New York City judge that the prosecution couldn't prove beyond a reasonable doubt that she assaulted Taylor. In April, Taylor claimed that Remy gave her a black eye. Taylor claimed the altercation happened during the Pretty Lou Charity Concert at Irving Plaza. This resulted in Ma turning herself into the authorities in May for misdemeanor assault charges.
Remy maintained her innocence throughout the ordeal. Her lawyer, Dawn Florio, claims that the rapper has security cameras around her house that proves she was at home when the incident supposedly took place. Also, Irving Plaza was unable to provide security footage that shows an altercation between Taylor and Remy. As a result, the court was forced to drop the charges.
Now that her innocence has been proven, it's possible that Ma could take legal action against Taylor. In a statement to TMZ, Florio explains that her client was subjected to limited travel due to Taylor's accusation. This led to Remy missing out on "hundreds of thousands of dollars."
"Remy has always maintained her complete innocence as she never laid a hand on her celebrity-obsessed, clout chasing, credibility challenged accuser. Unfortunately, these manufactured allegations caused my client to suffer the indignities of having to wear an ankle monitor while having her freedom limited by travel restrictions and an 8:00 PM curfew," Florio said.
"These restrictions have hurt my client's ability to perform, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars of lost income," she continued. "District Attorney Vance’s office should be commended for its exercise of sound judgment in agreeing to dismiss these unwarranted charges."