Brooklyn rapper Fabolous has entered a plea deal in his domestic violence case involving his longtime girlfriend and the mother of his children, Emily B.
The “Throw It In The Bag” rapper will enter a pretrial intervention program that’s generally for first-time offenders, according to TMZ.
According to Fabolous’ lawyer, Brian Neary, Fabolous’ charges will be dismissed as long as he completes the program and “keeps his nose clean” for a year.
The rapper must also give the Bergen County, New Jersey Court a monthly status update.
In October 2018, Fabolous was indicted by a grand jury on one count of domestic violence with significant bodily injury, two counts of threatening to kill, and one count of possession of a weapon, which stemmed from a physical altercation that was captured on video between Fabolous, Emily B, and Emily’s father.
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