Gucci Mane Hits Fan Over the Head With a Bottle After He Asks For Autograph! [Details]
Rucuss staffMarch 24, 2013
Gucci Mane is in trouble.
An arrest warrant has been issued for the Atlanta rapper after a solder accused Gucci of hitting him over the head with a bottle at a night club in Atlanta. The alleged victim, who has been identified as James, claims he approached the rapper and asked to have a picture taken with him but Gucci responded by hitting him over the head. James required 10 stitches to treat his head injury.
During an interview with WSBTV, the soldier also said that one of Gucci’s friends slapped him in the face.
“I’m in the military. I wanted to get a picture with Gucci Mane,” James told the reporter. “Is it OK?” I was speaking to the security guard, and Gucci Mane hit me in the head with a bottle. And as I looked at him in the shock of why, one of his friends hit me in the side of my face.”
James continued, “That is dangerous, because if there was to be any other fan trying to approach him, ain’t no telling what else he might do to them. He could have possibly killed me. I just hope and pray that I recover pretty well because I still want to serve my military career.”
Lieutenant Jeff Cantin of the Atlanta Police Department hopes Gucci, whose real name is Radric Davis, turns himself in. He said, “We do have an active warrant for Mr. Davis for aggravated assault. So I’m sure after he sees this, I’m sure he’ll want to reach out and contact us.”
UPDATE: Gucci Mane was booked into the Fulton County Jail Tuesday morning, and was charged with aggravated assault with a weapon, according to the AJC.
Photos via WSBTV. com and New York Daily News
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