Rapper On The Hook In Catch Fade Case
Rick Ross has agreed to make restitution payments as part of his kidnapping and assault case involving his landscaper – but the payout won’t go towards his victim.
The “Hustlin” rapper agreed to make nearly $5,000 in restitution to the county lawyers who prosecuted his case, BOSSIP has learned.
In 2015, cops arrested Ross and his bodyguard at his Georgia mansion after his gardener accused him of holding him against his will and pistol whipping him. Ross – who was born William Leonard Roberts – pled no contest to one count of felony assault, while a laundry list of other charges were dropped as part of a plea deal.
According to court docs filed last week, Ross and his bodyguard Nadrian Lateef James OK’d paying out a total of $4,693 to the Fayette County, Ga.’s District Attorney’s office to reimburse three staff members there for their travel expenses. The court papers did not state whether the gardener would receive a payment because of the beat down.