The man who struck and killed Nicki Minaj's father last February has been sentenced to a year in jail - despite protests from the famed rapper's mother.
Charles Polevich, 72, pleaded guilty to leaving the scene and tampering with evidence. He was also ordered to pay a fine to the tune of $5,000, in addition to having his driver's license suspended for six months.
But Robert Maraj's widow Carol, Minaj's mom, accused Polevich of leaving Robert "like a dog on the street" and slammed the decision to give him a short jail sentence. "One year?
That’s a slap in the face for the family," Maraj told the judge after the sentence was handed down. Polevich is being sued by Maraj over the accident.Read more on foxnews.com