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Rick Ross Allegedly Pistol Whipped Workers For Having Party At Mansion



More details are starting to emerge in Rick Ross’ assault and kidnapping case. The MMG boss and his bodyguard are alleged to have beaten two workers for throwing a birthday party at his million-dollar mansion.

The workers allegedly suffered extensive injuries in the head and face after being beat with a Glock handgun, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. One man reportedly suffered two chipped teeth and a neck injury.

“The victim lost use of his jaw and is restricted to soft foods and liquid diet only as a result of not being able to chew food,” arrest warrants obtained by AJC state.

Rick Ross, 39, was released from jail Wednesday after posting $2 million bond, Billboard reports.

A Georgia judge initially denied Ross’ request for bond until the rapper said he’d put up his home. Ross pulled $1 million equity from boxer Evander Holyfield’s former estate he bought last year that’s valued at more than $5 million. He reportedly got the remainder from a $500,000 corporate surety bond from a bond bailsman and threw in $500,000 cash.

Ross’ attorney reportedly said he would forfeit the entire Holyfield mansion, if the rapper does anything to obstruct justice or intimidate any witness.

U.S. Marshals’ Fugitive Task Force picked up Ross at his Fayette County, GA residence the morning of Wednesday, June 24, according to Billboard. He was subsequently charged with kidnapping, aggravated assault and aggravated battery charges. Bodyguard Nadrian Lateef James, 42, faced the same charges.

Ross was arrested June 10 on a traffic violation and misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

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