New charges have been filed against Young Thug, including the possession of a machineGun

New charges have been filed against Young Thug, including the possession of a machineGun ...

Following a 56-count indictment that took place on Monday (May 9) for Young Thug, the rapper from So Much Fun was arrested. He was originally charged with conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and his participation in criminal street gang activities.

According to WSBTV on Tuesday (August 9) that new charges have been filed against Thuggers, along with four others in the RICO sweep. Young Thug now faces new gang charges, drug charges, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and possession of a machine gun. The new charges will be filed between March 17 and May 9.

According to the news outlet, Prosecutor Don Geary said the other two defendants in the machine gun count, Martinez Arnold and Deamonte Yak Gotti Kendrick, have both pleaded not guilty to the May indictment. Young Thug has also maintained his innocence in the prosecution.

Ill inform you the response to any claim: Ms. Williams committed no crime, according to the Attorney of Young Thugs. And we will fight to his last bout of blood to decelerate him.

Young Thug was denied bond back in June due to a case-appointed Judge Glanville deeming him a danger to the community. The judge also argued that he should not be able to purchase his passport outside jail because he can personally pay for an expensive house arrest plan. Geary also argued that witnesses were being threatened with serious violence and death, claiming that other alleged gang members feared Young Thug and retaliation.

According to Geary, the police have stated in a uniform that Mr. Williams is dangerous, they are afraid of him, and that if they cross him, they will kill them and their parents, according to Judge Glanville. And they were very clear about the situation.

Young Thug has continued to receive love and support from his friends, family, and supporters for his release from jail. A trial for the RICO case has been set for January 9, 2023.

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