Fetty Wap's estranged wife, Leandra Gonzalez, alleges that he was physically abusive to her and cheated on her during their short marriage.
Fetty Wap's estranged wife, Leandra Gonzalez, has opened up about the series of accusations she's made against the rapper in legal documents from their ongoing divorce. Back in March, Leandra officially filed for divorce from Fetty after getting married last summer—however, reports state that she's been desperate to flee their marriage practically since day one. Leandra has accused Fetty of allegedly abusing her and cheating on her in the past, and now, she's included claims of drug and alcohol abuse.
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According to court documents, Leandra has officially accused Fetty, whose real name is Willie Maxwell, of violently beating her less than a month after they tied the knot. She says that during an argument, he struck her in the face with a closed fist, which led to severe pain, bruising, and a black eye. She also claims that Fetty was a serial adulterer, alleging that he had affairs with multiple women and even traveled to the Bahamas with one of his mistresses on New Year's Eve. According to Leandra, Fetty also got a tattoo of this mistress' name on his wrist about a month before the trip.
According to TMZ, Fetty has denied all of Leandra's accusations, claiming that he never physically, verbally, or emotionally abused her during their marriage. He also shut down her claims that he abuses drugs and alcohol, and denied the tattoo and the Bahamas story.
This is certainly not the first time the rapper has been accused of violence and abuse. Just last month, he was hit with a lawsuit by a woman who claimed that he had choked and punched her at an after party in June 2019. Prior to this incident, he was also accused of battering staff at a hotel in Las Vegas.