Trevian C. Kutti, previously recognized as American rapper Kanye West’s former publicist, has been indicted, along with Donald Trump and 17 other individuals, for their alleged involvement in harassing an election worker in Georgia.
Trevian’s association with Kanye West reportedly began in 2018, subsequent to her departure from working with disgraced rapper R. Kelly. Her online biography indicated her membership in the “Young Black Leadership Council under President Donald Trump” and her role as Kanye West’s “Director of Operations” after becoming his publicist in September 2018.
The indictment, which comprises 41 counts, was filed by the Fulton County, Georgia district attorney and lists eighteen individuals. This includes the former president, who is alleged to have endeavored to overturn the 2020 presidential election outcomes in Georgia.
In the recorded video, Trevian is purportedly seen attempting to persuade Georgia election worker Ruby Freeman to confess to helping manipulate the election in favor of Joe Biden. She is depicted knocking on Ruby’s door and asserting that she was sent by a “high-profile individual” to convey the message that Ruby must admit to voter fraud or face imprisonment.
However, a spokesperson for Kanye West has clarified that Trevian was not associated with the rapper at the time of her alleged involvement in harassing the election worker. Kanye, who was previously married to Kim Kardashian, was a vocal supporter of Donald Trump, even wearing a Make America Great Again hat during a Saturday Night Live appearance.
Ruby Freeman and her daughter Wandrea “Shaye” Moss encountered numerous threats and instances of harassment after Donald Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, claimed that they had retrieved “suitcases” containing fraudulent ballots from beneath a table and inserted them into voting machines. Election officials at both the county and state levels promptly refuted this assertion.