Jason Derulo , Daphne Joy - People's Choice Awards 2016 held at the Microsoft Theatre L.A. Live - Arrivals at Microsoft Theatre L.A. Live, People's Choice Awards - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 6th January 2016
50 Cent will not be going to jail after an incident in June in which he allegedly kicked his ex-girlfriend and damaged her property. The rapper made a deal with L.A. prosecutors yesterday (Monday 28th October) in which the domestic violence charge was dropped in exchange for a no contest plea for the vandalism charges.
50 Cent, also known as Curtis Jackson, allegedly kicked the mother of his child and destroyed parts her property during an argument in June of this year. The woman in question, Daphne Joy, is the mother of Jackson's second child.
50 Cent made a deal yesterday in which the domestic violence charge was dropped.
It appears the rapper kicked Joy during an argument and damaged numerous items of her property including chandeliers, furniture, a television, a lamp and Joy's clothes. He caused, according to reports in TMZ, around $7100 worth of damage.
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50 Cent has pleaded not guilty to charges of domestic violence and vandalism. The charges relate to an incident in which the rapper allegedly assaulted his ex-girlfriend Daphne Joy and damaged her property.
50 Cent has pleaded not guilty to charges of domestic violence. Allegedly the rapper, a.k.a. Curtis Jackson, attacked the mother of his child in June.
50 Cent at the New York premiere of 2 Guns.
According to reports 50 Cent was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly kicked Daphne Joy. A further four charges of vandalism were brought against the 38-year-old Hip-Hop star as he is believed to have damaged Joy's property. Reports suggest the rapper damaged chandeliers, furniture, a television, a lamp and Joy's clothes. The incident occurred on 23rd June at Joy's condo in Toluca Lake.
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