TRIGGER WARNING This article or section, or pages it links to, contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors.

Controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, real name Daniel Hernandez, has been accused of physical and sexual abuse by his former girlfriend.

6ix9ine and Sarah Molina began dating in 2011. The pair had a child together in 2015 and their relationship ended last year following 6ix9ine’s arrest. In a distressing account published on The Daily Beast, Sara Molina has detailed multiple incidents of physical and sexual abuse that took place over her and Hernandez’ seven-year relationship.

In the interview, Molina alleges that Hernandez “had beaten her often” over the course of their relationship. She details one particular incident that took place in a hotel in Dubai.

Where Hernandez was questioning Molina about her relationship with his manager Shotti. Molina has claimed that Hernandez punched her “out of nowhere,” which drove a hair extension into her scalp.

She continued to detail that Hernandez proceeded “beating me for two hours straight,” she claims “He punched me so hard in my right ear I thought I was deaf.” Molina describes that Hernandez punched, kicked and choked her, leaving her with two black eyes and multiple bruises. She then went on to detail that the next morning, “He woke up, forced me to have sex with him.”

Molina described another incident that took place in April 2017, in which 6ix9ine beat her in a car in front of her daughter. Molina alleges that after she questioned Hernandez about a stripper he had been hanging out with, “He dragged me by my hair and slapped me in my face,” which resulted in a black eye.

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You can read the full report here. Warning, it contains graphic photos from Molina cataloguing the abuse she faced at the hands of Hernandez.

6ix9ine has not been charged with domestic violence. It is worth noting that in 2015, the rapper pleaded guilty to use of a child in a sexual performance. In January, 6ix9ine plead guilty to nine counts of racketeering, he is currently in prison.

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