Rick Ross to appear before judge on kidnapping, felony assault charges

FAYETTE COUNTY, Ga. — Rap Boss Rick Ross is to appear before a judge today after being denied bail after he was arrested on kidnapping and felony assault charges last week.
Ross is accused of taking a worker on his property, the mega-mansion formerly owned by boxing legend Evander Holyfield, into the guest house and pistol whipping him when he did not provide the answers to the questions he desired.
Ross’ bodyguard was also taken into custody.
The fact that the judge denied Ross the ability to get out of jail immediately cost Ricky Rozay hundreds of thousands of dollars in income during the BET Awards weekend in Los Angeles.
This also represents the second time in two weeks that the Miami-raised rapper has been arrested in two weeks. The previous apprehension was for simple marijuana charges, but he was permitted to post bail after that episode.

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