An Los Angeles rapper was sentenced to at least a half-century behind bars on Monday following the jury found him guilty of multiple sexual assaults.
Kaalan Walker 27, was arrested on April 3 on charges of forceful rape. 2 counts of legal rape as well as 2 counts of assault resulting from intoxication as per the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
Walker was arrested in the year 2018 for allegations and later released on bail, however, Walker was placed in custody following sentencing, as per City News Service.
The victims of the rappers were models. They claimed that Walker approached them via social media and offered assistance with their careers police claimed.
Walker would draw his victims to places by telling them about an upcoming music video or that he planned to introduce them to an actor of note, City News Service reported.
At the time he was by himself with women, and he assaulted them sexually. them, as his victims, reported to the police.
He performed under KR as a stage name KR released an EP in 2017 and was a gang member in the movie of the same name in 2018 “Superfly.” He also played a role in the 2017 film “Kings,” which starred Daniel Craig and Halle Berry.