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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