Rapper Lil Mosey has pleaded not guilty to a second-degree rape charge stemming from a January 2020 incident.e.
The rapper appeared in Lewis County Superior Court on Tuesday after a warrant was issued after he failed to appear in court for a scheduled preliminary appearance last week.
His attorney said he had no idea he was supposed to be in court.
Echols appeared in court for arraignment alongside his attorneys, Atwood and Amy Irene Muth, and his parents.
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According to the alleged victim, she went to a party to see the rapper and got drunk. She says she got into a vehicle with him where he "pulled his pants down." She says that she agreed to have sex but then that she blacked out. She later woke up to the rapper and his friend sexually assaulting her.
His trial date has been set for July 19 and he and his legal team will be allowed to appear virtually. Trial confirmation is scheduled for July 8.