Rapper Rick Ross will be cooling his heels in the Fayette County jail for a while longer. A Fayette County judge denied bond for the 39-year-old ex-corrections officer today.
Ross' bodyguard, Nadrian James, was also denied bond.
Ross and his bodyguard were arrested early Wednesday and charged with kidnapping and pistol whipping Jonathan Zamudio, a gardener, who maintains the grounds of the infamous mansion formerly owned by ex-boxer Evander Holyfield.
It was Ross's 2nd arrest in as many weeks.
Zamudio reportedly suffered 2 chipped teeth in the beating that took place on Ross' property.
Ross went before a Magistrate Court judge on Wednesday morning. The judge told him that he will have to remain behind bars until a bond hearing can be held in Superior Court.
Ross’ attorney wouldn’t answer any questions about the charges, except to say that there are two sides to a story and Ross is in good spirits and appreciates his fans’ support.
This is Ross' second run-in with the law this month. On June 10, he was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana charge after being pulled over for his tinted windows. Source
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