East London rapper Unknown T has been cleared of murder.
The rapper - who rocketed to fame with drill anthem 'Homerton B' - was arrested in relation to violence at a New Year's party in Old Street, Shoreditch.
The incident in the early hours of January 1st, 2018 claimed the life of 20 year old engineering student Steven Narvaez-Jara.
Unknown T was charged by police with murder, appearing at the Old Bailey alongside Ramani Boreland and Mohammed Musse.
Sky News reports that the rapper was left "shocked and traumatised" by the violence he saw at the party, but denied any involvement.
At the trial's conclusion Unknown T was found not guilty; Boreland was found guilty of manslaughter by a majority of 10 to two, and violent disorder, and Musse was convicted of violent disorder.
Rapper Unknown T cleared of killing man at New Year's Eve party https://t.co/V27amqgvzM— Sky News (@SkyNews) February 18, 2020
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