News: Former "From G's To Gents" Star Wanted By Police For Infant Brutality
Wednesday, Jan 20, 2010 3:00PM
Former "From G's To Gents" reality star Markice "Kesan" Moore is reportedly being sought by police for allegedly brutally hurting his infant daughter.
According to reports, Moore has been on the run since last week.
One of the guys from the MTV reality show "From G's to Gents" is wanted by Georgia police for one of the most disgusting crimes imaginable -- the brutal, bone-breaking beating of his infant daughter. Cops in Cobb County are on the hunt for Markice "Kesan" Moore, who is "accused of breaking both of his infant daughter's arms, one leg, 3 ribs, a collarbone and bruising all over her body." Kesan -- who is currently on Cobb County's most wanted list -- was eliminated during the fifth episode of "G's" season one. UPDATE: Cops tell TMZ Kesan has been wanted by authorities since Thursday -- and has told cops over the phone that he would turn himself in. (TMZ)
Moore previously made headlines when he was arrested in Georgia nearly two years ago.
Moore was picked up on November 3 in Cobb County, Georgia when authorities pulled him over for an illegal lane change and soon discovered he had been driving without a license. He was later released on an undetermined bond amount. (TMZ)
"From G's to Gents" was picked up by MTV around 2008.
Hosted by Fonzworth Bentley, "From G's to Gents" places 14 gangsters on a mission to re-work their ways and develop the necessary skills to become gentlemen and professionals in the real world. The winner of the first season, Creepa, was awarded $100,000 and a membership into "The Gentleman's Club." (Press Release)
Host Fonzworth Bentley previously spoke with SOHH about the show's concept.
"A lot of these guys, they've never put their resume together," Bentley said. "It was really sad when they wrote their objectives. It's going to be funny to some at the same time its like 'Wow.' I really believe that this show is going to be one of the truest windows into America that we have on television." (SOHH)
No further details have been revealed as of now.