'Superfly' Star Kaalan Walker Slapped With 50-Year Prison Sentence in Rape Case
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The 27-year-old actor/ rapper, who also appeared in Halle Berry's 2017 indie film 'King', had three counts of forcible rape, two counts of statutory rape and two counts of rape by intoxication.

AceShowbiz - Kaalan Walker is likely to spend most of the rest of his life in prison if he makes it to his 70s. The Juju depicter in the 2018 crime/action movie "Superfly" has been sentenced to 50 years in prison in his rape case.

For the record, the 27-year-old, was arrested in 2018 for allegedly sexually assaulting 30 women, including an underage girl. He, however, has pleaded not guilty to 6 counts of rape, 2 counts of unlawful intercourse with a minor, and multiple felonies.

Kaalan was eventually convicted on charges brought by three teenage girls and four women. NBC Los Angeles reported that the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said that he had "three counts of forcible rape, two counts of statutory rape and two counts of rape by intoxication."

Kalaan, who also appeared in Halle Berry's 2017 indie film "Kings", was then sentenced on Monday, October 17. According to Deputy District Attorney Cynthia Wallace, Superior Court Judge Joseph Brandolino also ordered Kaalan to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.

It was previously reported that Kaalan used Drake's name to manipulate his victims, including a 16-year-old girl. Cynthia claimed the actor purportedly told the teenager that he could introduce her to the Canadian emcee if he followed his instruction.

The DA said Kaalan separated the girl from her mom that day in 2017 and began asking about her career aspirations. Since he knew that the girl wanted to be a Victoria's Secret model, Kaalan allegedly told her, "We've got to take more provocative photos. We've got to sexualize you a little bit,' " while convincing her to strip down to her underwear.

In her testimony, the girl testified that she had resisted "multiple times," but Kalaan "doesn't take no for an answer." Cynthia then added, "He keeps insisting, pushing and persisting, talking over her [until she finally relented]... She said, 'Well, I thought: 'He knows all these people. He's going to help me.' I thought what I was doing was going to help my career.' "

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