He pleaded not responsible and was launched on $500,000 bond as he awaited trial, and one of many circumstances listed within the launch order acknowledged that he “must not possess a firearm, destructive device, or other weapon.” One other mentioned that he “must not violate any federal, state or local law.”
Prosecutors accuse Fetty Wap, whose authorized identify is Willie Junior Maxwell II, of violating these circumstances throughout a December 11 FaceTime name through which he was allegedly seen holding a gun and threatening to kill an unnamed man, based on an affidavit supporting revocation filed within the Japanese District Court docket of New York.
New York Justice of the Peace Decide Steven Locke revoked the rapper’s bond following his Monday arrest in New Jersey, based on John Marzulli, spokesperson for the Japanese District of New York.
In a video recording of the decision, Fetty Wap allegedly pointed the gun towards him over the cellphone, the affidavit mentioned. The person is recognized as John Doe within the doc.
“The defendant then says to John Doe ‘Imma kill you and everybody you with,'” based on the doc.
The affidavit alleges that the rapper threatened the person a number of instances throughout the name.
CNN has reached out to an lawyer for Fetty Wap for remark.