Posted by , Sep 7, 2011 at 11:41am

Big Sean and Willie Antonio Hansbro appeared before a judge yesterday for their arraignments for allegedly sexually abusing a 17-year-old female fan.

According to Buffalo News, Deputy District Attorney Holly E. Sloma asked Judge Hugh C. Gee Sr. to impose a gag order on the case, due to its "sensitive nature and age of the victim." A grand jury has already been scheduled for the case, which will automatically move to Niagara County Court if the two are indicted.

The next court date is scheduled for October 11th in Lewiston.



Big Sean and Willie Antonio Hansbro appeared before a judge yesterday for their arraignments for allegedly sexually abusing a 17-year-old female fan.

According to Buffalo News, Deputy District Attorney Holly E. Sloma asked Judge Hugh C. Gee Sr. to impose a gag order on the case, due to its "sensitive nature and age of the victim." A grand jury has already been scheduled for the case, which will automatically move to Niagara County Court if the two are indicted.

The next court date is scheduled for October 11th in Lewiston.

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Big Sean Appears Before Judge For Sexual Assault Charges

Big Sean and Willie Antonio Hansbro appeared before a judge yesterday for their arraignments for allegedly sexually abusing a 17-year-old female fan.

According to Buffalo News, Deputy District Attorney Holly E. Sloma asked Judge Hugh C. Gee Sr. to impose a gag order on the case, due to its "sensitive nature and age of the victim." A grand jury has already been scheduled for the case, which will automatically move to Niagara County Court if the two are indicted.

The next court date is scheduled for October 11th in Lewiston.


Big Sean and Willie Antonio Hansbro appeared before a judge yesterday for their arraignments for allegedly sexually abusing a 17-year-old female fan.

According to Buffalo News, Deputy District Attorney Holly E. Sloma asked Judge Hugh C. Gee Sr. to impose a gag order on the case, due to its "sensitive nature and age of the victim." A grand jury has already been scheduled for the case, which will automatically move to Niagara County Court if the two are indicted.

The next court date is scheduled for October 11th in Lewiston.

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