Actor-rapper Kaalan Walker, who was seen in the 2018 movie ‘Superfly’, was found guilty on Monday of raping multiple teens and young women in attacks that happened between 2013 and late 2018. He was, however, acquitted of charges involving three other alleged victims.

On Monday, the 27-year-old was convicted of charges relating to three teenage girls and four women.

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Last year, over 30 women and teens accused him of sexual assault, claiming that he used his status to “prey on them.” He also, on some occasions, promised them introductions to celebrities like Drake. 

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He was eventually taken into custody on multiple charges including charges of forcible rape and unlawful intercourse with a minor.

“I didn’t rape anybody, your honor! I did not rape anybody,” the actor said he was led away in handcuffs. 

He faces up to 100 years to life imprisonment for his crimes.

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Prosecutors told the court that the accused used his Instagram and Twitter handles to lure his alleged victims to locations he chose by booking them for fake photo or music video shoots. He also lured them by promising of introducing them to someone famous.

“We feel that with this verdict, the jury gave these victims back their voices. This was very sophisticated. He picked these girls and he appealed to their dreams and hopes and name-dropped Drake and used his connection to Halle Berry to get these girls somewhere and gain their trust. Once they were there, it wasn’t about doing photo shoots, it was about assaulting them,” Deputy District Attorney Cynthia Wallace said.