No Illegal Pills Found In Desiigner's Car

Desiigner Drug Charges ALSO Dropped — No Illegal Narcotics Found In The Car

- By Bossip Staff

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No Illegal Pills Found In Desiigner’s Car

After Desiigner was accused — and later cleared — of gun charges acquired last week during an incident where he was accused of waving a gun around in a car stocked with hundreds of loose narcotic pills…it turns out there were actually no drugs on the scene either. Good thing he was released from jail, because it appears there may have been no real reason to hold him there…

Via TMZ:

Authorities in New York have some hard decisions to make, because we’ve learned the illegal narcotics allegedly found in the SUV in which Desiigner was riding were nothing more than steroids.

As we reported, law enforcement told us the stash of pills in the SUV console were OxyContin, methadone and steroids. According to the criminal complaint against Desiigner and the others in the SUV, the arresting officer believed the pills were methamphetamines.

Turns out, all the pills were steroids, including methandrostenolone, PharmOne Oxandrolone and Halotest Fluxymesteron. In all, there were 302 pills in various Ziploc bags … all steroids.

It appears the steroids all belonged to the driver … not Desiigner, who’s rail thin.

TMZ broke the story, Desiigner was initially charged with possession and intent to sell controlled substances. The intent to sell charge has been dropped but he’s still being charged with possession, even though the drugs were not on his person.

Desiigner says he had no idea there were drugs of any sort in the car.

We called the D.A. to find out if they were going to drop the drug charges against Desiigner … but they had no comment.

So…if there was no gun and the “drugs” in question weren’t even an issue…where exactly did this random set of charges emerge from??


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