Judge Scott M. Kaye denied his request for a gag order to seal the case proceedings, according to court documents obtained by BOSSIP.
Thomas requested the gag order in order to lower the risk of personal and professional harm if the details of the case remained public. In addition, he felt that Galore’s allegations against him would potentially harm their one-year-old daughter, Khaleesi, in the future. However, the judge did not see it this way.
Since the gag order was denied, Thomas has the option to request that “salacious details” in court docs be erased from public records.
The two have been in a bitter back and forth ever since Galore sued the music exec for $15 million in a lawsuit, where she alleges to have been beaten during the course of their relationship, even during her pregnancy. Thomas fired back, claiming that he was the victim of abuse at the hands of Galore, who would allegedly become violent while under the influence of cocaine. Last month, Galore requested that Thomas be sentenced to jail for posting the screenshots that contained mention of her doing cocaine.
While both parties were ordered to keep details of the case away from social media, both have violated this order in the past, with Thomas posting screenshots of text messages from Galore, seemingly admitting to drug use and Galore also posting screenshots and intimate details of their relationship.