Rapper Young Jeezy has turned himself in to the authorities after a jury issued a warrant over allegations that he physically assaulted and threatened his own son, a report by the Huffington Post revealed Tuesday, January 7.
According to the report, the 36-year-old hip hop artist turned himself over to the police on Friday, January 3 after a grand jury released a domestic violence warrant against him. Court reports obtained by a celebrity news website had stated Young Jeezy physically assaulted his teenage son, and threatened that he would “put a bullet” into his head.
The rapper was set free after posting bail of $45,000.
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Singer-actress Pia Zadora was ordered by a judge to undergo complete alcohol and impulse control counselling following her arrest in May regarding an instance of domestic abuse.
Zadora was charged with domestic abuse and coercion after using a hose to spray her 16-year old son, trying to make him go to bed so she could rest. When the teenager attempted to call 911, she tried to forcibly take the phone from him. She told the cops she thought he was going to call the police on her so he could avoid bedtime.
She will be imprisoned for 30 days if she fails to follow the court order, according to The Las Vegas Sun.
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