Rick Ross Plea Deal Nets No Jail Time For Assault & Kidnapping
Rick Ross was sentenced to five years probation after entering a plea to multiple charges Tuesday in Fayette County court in Fayetteville, GA. The Rick Ross plea deal had Ross pleading guilty to aggravated assault, battery, simple assault, three counts of pointing a pistol at another and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
The Rick Ross plea deal stems from an incident from June 2015 when Roberts and his bodyguard, Nadrian James, were accused of holding service workers in his guest house against their will. He was also accused of beating one of the victims with a pistol.
Initially, Ross and his attorneys claimed that there was a party going on in the house, put together by one of his worked, but when Ross arrived the lights were off so he entereed only to be attacked in the dark, which prompted him to act in self-defense.
Ross’ probation is conditional, including no drugs or alcohol, anger management, no possession of any firearm and no contact with the victims. Rick Ross’ bodyguard, Nadrian James, also entered a plea to aggravated assault, battery, simple assault, three counts of pointing a pistol at another and driving without a license. He was also sentenced to five years probation on the came conditions.
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