Doctors found three major bullet fragments in Megan Thee Stallion’s feet after Tory Lanez allegedly shot her in July 2020, a medical report obtained exclusively by Page Six reveals.
Police brought rapper “Savage,” now 27, to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on July 12, 2020, where she was admitted under an alias.
The report notes that she was “alert”, “oriented” and “breathing comfortably” at the time of admission. She had a visible “small injury” to the posterior part of her ankle with no “active bleeding” prior to further evaluation.
Throughout the report, Megan appeared to be hiding information from multiple officials about how she suffered her injuries.
She first told authorities she was “walking at a party and heard a loud noise and ran away,” the medical report said, adding that she thought she had “stepped on glass.”
The emergency department noted that Megan had been questioned “repeatedly” about her injuries, but she said she “never heard a gunshot and initially didn’t even believe that there were bullets.”
However, the report says initial x-rays appeared to show bullet fragments in both of his ankles.
Megan told Gayle King on ‘CBS Mornings’ earlier Monday that she initially didn’t tell police that Lanez, 29, shot her out of fear for her life – as the incident happened. produced so soon after the murder of George Floyd.
“Police really shoot first, ask questions later, so I’m, like, that’s [sic] a hot gun in the car, I’m bleeding, I was shot, they [the police] are about to kill someone,” she claimed in the segment amid tears.
Megan told King, 67, that doctors did not tell her she was shot in both feet until police had already left the hospital grounds.
An insider exclusively told Page Six on Monday that Megan “told doctors the full version of the night’s events as they discussed the prospect of surgery.”
Following the operation, “three bullet fragments were preserved, packaged according to standard protocol and passed on to the competent authorities”, reveals the medical file.
The report also says they were “tiny retained missile fragments” that were “deemed too small to attempt to recover”, meaning parts of the bullets remain in his feet to this day.
Megan was discharged from hospital on July 16, 2020.
Lanez, real name Daystar Peterson, was charged in October 2020 with one count each of assault with a semi-automatic firearm and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle .
He pleaded not guilty in November 2020 and denied the allegations.
The “Luv” singer faces up to 22 years and eight months in prison if convicted. The case is expected to go to trial in September.