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Fabolous Indicted For Domestic Violence On Emily B

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Fabolous has been indicted for assaulting and threatening his child mama, Emily B. If convicted of the assorted expenses, he’s taking a look at up 20 years within the bing.

Whether or not Emily had been to testify towards the Brooklyn rapper might not even matter since there's footage of the threats. We’ve all noticed it earlier this 12 months.

Reports TMZ:

A grand jury in New Jersey indicted the rapper final week on 1 rely of home violence with important bodily harm, 2 counts of threatening to kill and 1 rely of possession of a weapon … a pair of scissors.

Fabolous brandished the scissors in a video TMZ first posted again in March. The video reveals him raging out at Emily and her father within the driveway of their Englewood, NJ residence. During that altercation, he additionally threatened to kill her and different members of her household.

We broke the story … Emily claims Fabolous repeatedly punched her within the face and knocked out her entrance tooth. According to the indictment, that went down on March 7 … three weeks earlier than the blowup within the driveway.

Each of the 4 expenses can get Fab a complete of 5 years. Back in July, he rejected a plea deal within the case.

As for the couple, they’re nonetheless collectively.

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