Nicki Minaj’s husband Kenneth Petty on probation, house arrest for not registering as sex offender

Kenneth Petty, husband to rapper Nicki Minaj, has been sentenced to probation and house arrest for failing to register as a sex offender, NBC and CBS Los Angeles report. Petty is also ordered to pay a $55,000 fine, in addition to spending three years on probation and a year in home detention, according to […]

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  1. w

    Like they need an update from someone who’s in the public eye pretty frequently -_-

    But then again they can afford to hop between multi-million dollar homes right? They must be a public safety threat! Geez, what is wrong with the logic of these people?! DOJ doesn’t think maybe people just want to get on with their lives? Why is Kalifornia so out of it…

    D’oh, Hollywood!