XXXTENTACION's Mother Sues His Half-Sister For Libel, Defamation & Slander

Broward County, FL – XXXTENTACION’s mom Cleopatra Bernard has reportedly filed a lawsuit towards Ariana Onfroy, X’s half-sister.

According to The Daily Beast, Bernard believes an interview Onfroy gave to British tabloid The Sun about X’s June taking pictures dying implicated her in his homicide.

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During the interview, Onfroy acknowledged his homicide was an “inside job.” Although she by no means particularly named Bernard because the orchestrator, Bernard thinks there’s sufficient confusion across the article that she determined to sue for defamation, libel and slander.

“It is with such disappointment and regret that the tragic finish of [Bernard’s] son’s life needed to be muddied with the disgraceful and hatred [sic] phrases of his sister in direction of his personal mom,” Bernard’s attorneys Aaron Behar wrote within the authorized doc. “Given [Onfroy’s] horrific and emotionally disturbing accusations made purely out of spite, Plaintiff can not merely ignore the harm the feedback have induced not solely to her fame, but in addition to her monetary and enterprise endeavors as effectively.”

In the article in query — titled “INSIDE JOB’ XXXTentacion’s sister claims rapper’s homicide was arrange by member of his inside circle” — Onfroy prompt somebody apart from the 4 males at present charged with X’s homicide was concerned in planning his dying.

“It was undoubtedly an inside job,” she stated. “There’s any individual on the within that knew the place he was going to be and the precise time he was leaving for the murderers to know when to come back and to do what they did. It undoubtedly was arrange.”

X was killed in June outdoors of RIVA Motorsports in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Investigators initially deemed it a “random theft.”

Bernard is asking for upwards of $15,000 in damages.