Fetty Wap Arrested for Threatening to Kill a “Mice” on FaceTime

Fetty Wap He has been arrested for allegedly pointing a gun and threatening to kill a “rat” over FaceTime, all while out on drug trafficking charges, The Shade Room has learned.

The rapper, whose real name is Willie Jr. Maxwell II, allegedly violated the terms of his pretrial release after being arrested on drug charges in October 2021, where he was charged with distributing and possessing controlled substances in New Jersey and Long Island. was accused of conspiracy. the shed room informed at that time.

The 31-year-old was released on $500,000 bond at the time of this most recent arrest, which stemmed from a threatening FaceTime call with “John Doe” on December 11, 2021, just weeks after his arrest on drug trafficking charges Is. according to a Affidavit Filed on Monday.

Rapper accuses “John Doe” of being a rat in a FaceTime call threat

The call, where the rapper and “John Doe” allegedly accused each other of being a “rat”, was recorded and then sent to federal prosecutors.

‚ÄúDuring this video, the defendant is shown holding a gun and pointing at John Doe. The defendant then tells John Doe ‘Imma kill you and everyone with you,’ which he repeats once again, “the court documents read.” The defendant then continues to threaten John Doe, ‘I will kill you. wala hoon,’ a threat he repeats several times throughout the video call. Additionally, after John Doe called the defendant a rat, the defendant responded by saying, ‘Your man is a rat.'”

According to court documents obtained by The Shade Room, on Monday morning, Fetty was arrested with a judge voiding his bond when he appeared in court later that day.

It is unclear why it took so long to bring these most recent charges against her, nor was it immediately clear that the “John Doe” she threatened was a co-defendant in a drug trafficking case. which he is facing equally.

The latest charges come after a 2021 arrest for drug trafficking

The New Jersey-based rapper was one of six people charged with running a “million-dollar biocrystal drug distribution organization” off Long Island, New York, where federal prosecutors claim Fetty Wap was a “kilogram-level distributor”.

The terms of their confinement prohibited them from possessing a gun or breaking the law. He had previously pleaded not guilty to drug trafficking charges.

Requests for comment by the FBI and Fetty Wap’s attorney were not immediately responded to as of Tuesday.

The rapper and father of four has been in a lot of legal trouble lately.

Fetty Wap
Fetty Wap (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

Legal trouble continues for ‘Trap Queen’ artist and father of four

as reported by the shed room Last year, a trip to the airport ended with the “Trap Queen” artist in handcuffs after police reportedly received an alert about her ankle monitors.

Law enforcement sources said Fetty was at Newark Liberty Airport on December 17, 2021, when police received an alert about his ankle monitor.

The report said that after officers spoke to Fetty and ran his information, they learned that there was a warrant for his arrest. Little details were available about the warrant, but reports say it is for a public nuisance outside North Bergen, NJ.


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