A federal court jury has sided with Cardi B in her libel case against a blogger.
On Jan. 24, following more than a week of trial, blogger Tasha K was found liable on three separate claims, and Cardi was awarded at least $1 million, TMZ reported.
Tasha got in hot water after publishing several salacious allegations about the rapper back in 2018 and 2019, including a claim that Cardi had been a prostitute. Cardi denied the claims and demanded the posts be taken down. After Tasha refused, the "WAP" artist filed a lawsuit.
In a federal courtroom in Georgia, the mother-of-two spoke of her mental health and testified that she was suicidal as result of the published posts. She called Tasha a "demon" in court.
"I felt defeated and depressed and I didn't want to sleep with my husband," Cardi testified.
A future hearing will be held to determine potential punitive damages Tasha might owe Cardi.