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Rapper Lady Leshurr has claimed that 'her career has been ruined' despite being found not guilty of attacking her ex-girlfriend's partner.
The 35-year-old, whose real name is Melesha O'Garro, was accused of assaulting Chante Boyea - who at the time was dating her ex-girlfriend Sidnee Hussein - just after 5am on October 22 2022.
The Queen's Speech rapper allegedly bit Ms Boyea's hand so badly that she suffered 'nerve damage'.
But a jury at Snaresbrook Crown Court in east London on Wednesday found her not guilty on two counts of occasioning actual bodily harm, a court official said.
O'Garro's co-defendant, Sherelle Smith, was also found not guilty on one count of the same charge.
Rapper Lady Leshurr (pictured) believes that her career has been 'ruined' despite being found not guilty of attacking her ex-girlfriend's partner
A jury at Snaresbrook Crown Court in east London on Wednesday found Lady Leshurr (pictured) not guilty on two counts of occasioning actual bodily harm
Following the jury's decision, O'Garro released a video on Instagram where she said she had been going through 'one of the worst experiences of my life' for the past year.
Dressed in a purple suit with a black T-shirt, the caption said: 'For the past year I've been battling a court case from people that accused me of stalking, harassing, and biting them but I was the victim.
'I was attacked and bitten by a dog and made out to be the aggressor. For a whole year people have deserted me, dropped me from deals, and didn't want to work with me anymore. For a whole year I have had no income.
'Today has been judgement day. I'm shaking whilst I write this.
'My brand/career has been