News: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Rapper On Messy Wife Fight, "I Never Hit Her"
Tuesday, Jan 3, 2012 9:21AM
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's Flesh-N-Bone is maintaining his innocence after settling a domestic violence case last week involving his wife and said he never laid a hand on her.
While regretting their dispute elevated to the point he was arrested, Flesh said he is now focused on being a family man.
"She and I both know that I never hit her. It was just bad argument. I am very upset that this whole situation turned this messy." Now, Flesh says he wants to work it out with his wife, with whom has two small children (ages 2 and 6 months), telling us, "I have to prove myself to her now and won't have anymore heated arguments. I love my wife and going to try and put everything in my power to make it right." (TMZ)
Details of the rapper's plea agreement hit the Internet last week.
In the deal with prosecutors, Flesh-n-Bone acknowledged the false imprisonment charge and prosecutors agreed to drop the other two charges. The rapper will still have to serve three years of probation on top of time already served in jail and perform 100 hours of community service, while attending a domestic violence program. In addition, Flesh-n-Bone was required to donate $400 to a battered women's shelter. (This Beat Goes)
The rap veteran made headlines last January after getting arrested on domestic violence charges.
Flesh -- real name Stanley Howse -- was arrested back in January on suspicion of domestic violence after a fight with his wife allegedly turned violent. He was later charged with inflicting corporal injury on a spouse, threatening her, and false imprisonment. (Anti Music)
Prior to the arrest, Flesh was busted for having two outstanding warrants in March 2010.
A concert at the House of Blues in Cleveland came to an abrupt end Sunday evening when authorities arrested a member of Bone Thugs -N- Harmony. Stanley Howse (Flesh-N-Bone) was arrested by the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Office on two outstanding warrants. According to court documents, Howse was charged with felonious assault with firearm specifications and domestic violence with firearm specifications in January 1999. (WTOL News)
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