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Busta Rhymes is Going To Trial

March 27, 2007 8:09 PM | Busta Rhymes | Rap | Comments (0)

Jail time to coming for Busta Rhymes! All that money and I can see a future "Lock Down" coming for my man Busta.  Maybe it will do him some good.  Busta is going on trial for the recent two assault charges.  The recent plea deal was withdrawn by Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Tanya Kennedy because of his recent arrest for driving with a suspended license.

The initial plea deal included probation, community service and speaking to troubled youth.

A second deal was offered to Busta but he turned it down. The deal was for Busta to spend one year in jail for each of two counts of assault, to run concurrently, and a $500 fine for the suspended license charge. I guess Busta said, "Hell, no, I'm going to court". 

Busta is accused in one complaint with beating Edward Hatchett, 39, his former driver, "with a closed fist about the head and neck" and kicking him in the ribs and torso during a dispute over back pay. The Dec. 26 attack outside Rhymes' lower Manhattan office left Hatchett with cuts, bruises and substantial pain, a court complaint says. 

In the second case, Busta is charged with assaulting a fan, allegedly for spitting on his car after an Aug. 12 performance at the AmsterJam Music Festival on Randalls Island. In addition to Assistant District Attorney Harrison Schweiloch’s initial offer of Busta serving six months in jail to cover both assaults, there would be orders of protection for the victims.


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