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New York rapper Fabolous has some serious support coming his way from longtime girlfriend Emily B. Fresh reports claim the celebrity stylist pulled through for him during a court appearance related to his domestic violence case.

According to reports, Em and Fab both appeared in court together Thursday (May 10) weeks after their brief falling out.

Both Fab and Emily B. were in Bergen County Superior Court Thursday for an early disposition hearing, where defendants come face to face with prosecutors for the first time and mull possible plea deals. Instead, Fabolous – whose real name is John Jackson – waived the appearance, and is due back next month. Before the hearing, Fabolous, dressed in black jeans, a black t-shirt and black jacket, and Emily, dressed in jeans, a blouse, and perspex heels, sat together in the back of the courtroom and waited for him to be called. They later left the court together. (Bossip)

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Last week, a pic surfaced of Fab getting gushy over his girlfriend Emily B.

#Fabolous showing #EmilyB some love on the ‘gram today 👀

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Over the past few years, Fab and Emily have kept their relationship statuses low-key.

For unknown reasons, it took several years for the couple to publicly announce that they were dating. Strangely enough, Fabolous revealed that he was dating Emily B in an XXL interview but contradictorily told radio station Hot 97 that he was “single as a dollar bill”. Also, in 2006 Emily B moved in with him, only to move out during the filming of VH1’s reality show Love & Hip-Hop during Season 2 in 2012 (they both starred in multiple seasons). Clearly, they’ve gone through some internal issues, most of which have now gone public due to their recent legal trouble. (SOHH)

Recently, reports emerged about the severity of Fab’s legal situation.

BOSSIP has also learned that the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office has stepped in and will be trying the case against the Brooklyn rapper. A spokeswoman for the prosecutor confirmed Monday that the initial charges still stood. If he’s convicted, the “Throw It In The Bag” rapper could face three to five years in state prison along with up to $15,000 in fines for the aggravated assault charge alone. He is due back in court later this month. (Bossip)