Rick Ross charged with kidnapping and assault after being arrested in his Atlanta mansion

Rick Ross charged with kidnapping and assault after being arrested in his Atlanta mansion

The second arrest for the past two weeks! This time Rick Ross was taken into custody after being accused of kidnapping and numerous assaults.

The second arrest for the past two weeks! This time Rick Ross was taken into custody after being accused of kidnapping and numerous assaults.

On Wednesday morning police officers arrested rapper in his mansion in Atlanta together with another man, who reportedly was his bodyguard.

The rapper is currently imprisoned for such charges as kidnapping, aggravated assault and aggravated battery.

According to the local news reports, a builder who was working on his mansion is also involved in the incident.

The police officials stated Ross pistol-whipped the worker after getting into fight with him. This incident took place around two weeks ago.

A jail booking photo of Rick Ross earlier this month, published by Fayette County Sheriff's Office

A jail booking photo of Rick Ross earlier this month, published by Fayette County Sheriff’s Office

The rapper’s bodyguard, whose name hasn’t been announced, was arrested, facing the same charges.

According to a supervisor with the Marshals’ Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force, Jim Joyner, when the police officers came to Ross’s mansion the gates were closed and someone inside refused to let them in. The police officials were forced to break the gates and once they did so, the doors of the house appeared to be open immediately, so not to became broken too.

The arrest of Ross and his bodyguard was completed without incident.

Besides, two weeks ago, the rapper was suspected of marijuana possession, so he was booked into the county jail. The police officer pulled over Ross’s Bentley because of broken tinting regulations. During the arrest, the officer smelled marijuana and found some in the car.

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