Minaj didn't testify nor didn't attend the trial. Her brother didn't get the stand in his defense.
The New York indigenous faces up to life in prison for raping his stepdaughter. His analysis is likely on December 14.
Nassau County D.A. Madeline Singas told TMZ, "We expect that the current verdict may help your family in the healing process."
Another juror who was launched from the instance believed there is "insufficient" signs to convict Maraj.
The defense attorney, David Schwartz of Maraj, said that the accusations were part of an attempt to extort money from Maraj sister.
The victim took the stand a week and testified that Maraj would occasionally attack her upto four times a day. The victim's younger brother also testified that he caught Maraj in the action and watched his sister's underpants around her ankles.