DaBaby Asks Judge To Reconsider Upcoming Trial Date

DaBaby Asks Judge To Reconsider Upcoming Trial Date

Recording artist, DaBaby has been sued by a former landlord for injuries the man said he suffered for an alleged assault by the rapper. He is also suing for damages to his home. With an expected September trial date, DaBaby has asked the judge to postpone the trial because his attorney has a “life-threatening and rare disease” that has left him unable to work.

According to RadarOnline, DaBaby had paperwork filed against him by 65-year-old Gary Pagar who says he leased his residence in Los Angeles to the “Rockstar” rapper and his associates back in 2020. Pagar says he and DaBaby made an agreement that he wouldn’t have more than 12 people at the home. Yet, the recording artist filmed a music video at the residence and had more than 40 people in the home.

When Pagar found out about the filming, he went to the home and confronted DaBaby. He alleged that the rapper punched him in the face and knocked out several of his teeth. He called the police but DaBaby left the home before they arrived. Pagar is asking for unspecified damages for his alleged injuries and damage to his home.

The Los Angeles Superior Court judge scheduled the trial for September 3. DaBaby asked that the case be pushed back to a later date because of medical issues but the judge rejected his request.

Pagar, who has been waiting for the case to take place demanded that the September trial date not be altered.

The court initially denied the original request, “Nor will the court consider counsel’s medical issues as an additional ground to continue the trial, as counsel chose to leave that information out of the moving papers and still has other trials scheduled out-of-state at the same time. If counsel discuss the medical issue and reach a stipulation on that basis, the court would entertain that stipulation. But that is an issue for another day,” the order read.

He recently asked the judge to reconsider due to his lawyer’s disease.

In his latest motion, it says that his attorney, “who was previously diagnosed with a life- threatening and rare disease, was instructed by his medical team that his prognosis regressed, and that he must undergo sustained aggressive treatment and several surgeries that will make him physically unable to work until April 2025.”

He added the lawyer, “was previously instructed by his medical providers that he could return to work in September 2024, but that prognosis changed on March 27, 2024.”

He is asking for the trial to be scheduled at a later date to give the attorney time to recover.

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