What does Tory Lanez charged with? A jury in Los Angeles found rapper Tory Lanez guilty on all three charges in the shooting of hip- hop star Megan Thee stallion on July 12, 2020 in the Hollywood Hills. “The jury got it right. I am thankful there is justice for Meg,” Megan Thee Stallion’s attorney Alex Spiro told ABC News in a statement after the verdict was announced Friday afternoon. Chaos reportedly broke out in the court room after the verdict was announced, with Lanez’s father screaming at prosecutors, calling them “witches” and “evil,” according to Los Angeles station KABC. “You two are evil, wicked,” Lanez’s father yelled at prosecutors as the jury left the court room, while Lanez’s defense attorneys tried to deescalate the situation. Lanez was later taken into custody. Lanez’s defense attorney George Mgdesyan told ABC News in a phone interview Friday evening that Lanez and his team were “shocked” by the guilty verdict. “We’re very disappointed, shocked and didn’t expect it,” he said. “We didn’t think the people could prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.” Asked if they plan to appeal, Mgdesyan told ABC News that they “will deal with all post-trial motions at the appropriate time,” including an appeal. “We are going to do everything we can. This fight is not over,” he said. He said Lanez was “very surprised, very disappointed, shocked but he holds strong onto his faith and believes the truth will come out.” Sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 27 at 8:30 a.m. local time, according to KABC. Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon in a statement recognized the “bravery” of Megan Thee Stallion, whose legal name is Megan Pete, pointing to some of the commentary around the case. “You showed incredible courage and vulnerability with your testimony despite repeated and grotesque attacks that you did not deserve,” he wrote. “You faced unjust and despicable scrutiny that no woman should ever face and you have been an inspiration to others across LA County and the nation.” This case has sparked intense debates over society’s treatment of women, and Megan’s account of the incident — and the intense public vitriol she faced after sharing her story — has spotlighted the Protect Black Women movement, which addresses the two-front battle of sexism and racism Black women experience in their own communities and in society at large.