Rick Ross Released From Jail On $2 Million Bond
Rick Ross is a free man after spending a week behind bars. The rapper was released from the Fayette County jail on Wednesday evening after being granted bail on assault and kidnapping charges.
Ross’ bail was set at $2 million, which he already posted. The funds being used, according to TMZ, include:
– $1 million equity from the ex-Holyfield mansion he owns, and another GA property
– $500,000 surety bond (from a bail bondsman)
– $500k in cold hard cash
Ross’ attorney says that is his client threatens or intimidates any witnesses, he will hand over the entire Holyfield property to the county.
According to an arrest warrant, Ross and his bodyguard pistol-whipped an employee who was hired to do some work on the rapper’s house. The report states that the men hit Jonathan Zamudio multiple times with a glock 9mm gun, chipping two of his teeth. Zamudio also suffered serious neck and jaw injuries