THE BOSS FINALLY GETS ANKLE MONITOR TAKEN OFF!
Rick Ross will not be serving any jail time after pleading no contest to several charges from an incident in 2015. Two people in the case had argued that Ross will be charged for aggravated assault, battery and pointing a pistol at someone. Ross and his bodyguard, pistol-whipped them at Ross’ Fayetteville home.
The incident was when two service workers their a party at Ross’ estate without permission, and when The Boss found out, he allegedly pointed a gun at his groundskeeper and forced him into a guesthouse, where he pistol-whipped him.
According to the AJC, Ross pleaded no contest to all of the charges. He was sentenced to time served and a $10,000 fine for the felony charge. For the misdemeanor charges, Ross was sentenced to 60 months of probation — meaning that he won’t see the inside of a cell. Ross’ no contest plea evaded the need for a full trial, something judges often take into account when rendering a sentence. The terms of Ross’ probation do not include any restrictions on his travel.