Dipset’s Jim Jones has reportedly agreed to a deal with prosecutors to keep avoid jail and only have to cough up a few bucks for his involvement in a publicized casino brawl last winter.
Details of Capo’s agreement and fine turned into public knowledge Tuesday (October 2) evening.
Rapper Jim Jones just struck a sweet deal with prosecutors — getting off with a measly fine today after raising hell in a massive casino brawl back in February, TMZ has learned. Jones was originally hit with three misdemeanor charges following his involvement in the Foxwoods brawl — breach of peace, interfering with an officer, and inciting a riot. He pled “not guilty” to all three. But today, Jones changed his plea to guilty for the interfering with an officer charge after prosecutors agreed to drop the remaining charges. Jones was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine. The case is now closed. (TMZ)
The case dates back to late February when Jones allegedly struck a Connecticut law enforcement authority.
Rapper Jim Jones was arrested and charged with assaulting a Connecticut state trooper in a brawl at the Foxwoods Resort Casino, police said Saturday. State police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance said said he was not certain how the altercation Friday night began. (Washington Post)
Following the brawl, the Dipset rapper got hit with a handful of charges.
Connecticut state police have arrested rapper Jim Jones following a fight at Foxwoods Resort Casino. State police spokesman J. Paul Vance says the hip-hop artist and actor was charged with assault on a police officer and breach of peace. He was released after posting bond. Vance said Saturday that Jones assaulted a trooper during the fight. He said he was not certain how the altercation started Friday night. (Wall Street Journal)
Days later, Jimmy openly apologized for his actions.
“I apologize to my son pudy for havin to see his farther act like a beast thts not th example I want to set for him I love u pudy,” he tweeted Monday (February 27). (Jim Jones’ Twitter)