Kodak Black And Young Thug's Ex-Manager Indicted For Sexual Abuse Again
(AllHipHop News) Adam Lublin, the former manager of Kodak Black and Young Thug, has been indicted on a third count of first-degree sexual abuse.
Lublin, who is the former executive for touring behemoth AEG, was arrested in September, after allegedly assaulting two roommates, who were also co-workers at the time, on separate occasions in 2015.
The music mogul allegedly snuck into a neighbor’s apartment in the building where they both lived, groping her while she slept.
Then he stole her underwear and a straw with a flamingo print on it. The next day, police spotted Lublin near the building, throwing away a cup with a pink straw stuffed with underwear that the victim later identified as hers.
On Monday (November 4th,) the Manhattan District Attorney’s office alleged in a bail application document: “With respect to the November 22nd, 2015 incident, the defendant sexually assaulted a sleeping co-worker.
“When she awoke to the defendant’s non-consensual touching, the Complaining Witness confronted the defendant immediately, waking up her friend who was sleeping in the room with her. She immediately reported what the defendant did to that friend and told others in the days that followed. The incident was also investigated by HR.”
“The complaining witness woke up when she felt the defendant’s fingers inside her vagina,” Assistant District Attorney Ryan Hayward said, according to the New York Post.
The bail application document further alleges that, “a forensic search of the defendant’s phone showed that the defendant searched for both Complaining Witnesses — strangers to him — by name, the defendant searched for pornography and erotica depicting unconscious women being sexually touched, and in fact the defendant took photographs while inside the Complaining Witnesses’ apartment on two separate occasions.”
Lubin was initially released from prison on a $175,000 bond, before being picked up again when the second allegation was made. He was indicted on the third count on Monday and pleaded not guilty to all charges.
He faces up to 37 years in prison if convicted on all charges.