News: UPDATE: "G's To Gents" Star Addresses Infant Brutality Reports, Turns Himself Over To Police
Thursday, Jan 21, 2010 1:45PM
Former "From G's To Gents" reality star Markice "Kesan" Moore has addressed reports that he brutally assaulted his infant daughter and has turned himself into police.
According to Moore, he would never intentionally hurt his child.
He claims the only thing he should be held accountable for is the broken wrist his daughter suffered when she fell out of her bed in July -- while under his care. As for his daughter's other reported injuries -- 2 broken arms, broken leg, 3 broken ribs, broken collarbone and bruising --- Moore claims the damage was not caused under his watch. Moore insists he never intended to run from the situation -- he claims he just wanted to "get everything in order" before turning himself in. (TMZ)
After turning himself in, reports claim Moore was released on bail.
After a five-month investigation, investigators determined that 23-year-old Markice Anthony Moore assaulted the child, Smyrna police spokesman Officer Michael Smith said. Moore, who is charged with cruelty to children, was released from the Cobb County Jail overnight on $20,000 bond. (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
Reports on the alleged injuries landed online this week.
The reality star who appeared on 'From G's To Gent's with the intent of bettering his life, is alleged to have severely abused his one year old daughter. Placed on Cobb County, Georgia's most wanted list at one point, sources say Kesan broke both of his infant daughter's arms, one leg, three ribs and a collarbone. (Singersroom)
"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)
No further details have been released as of now.