Gucci Mane Arrest Details Emerge; Woman Ejected For Refusing Proposition
UPDATE: Gucci Mane's attorney denies battery allegations, plans to enter a "not guilty" plea.
UPDATE (04/20): Tuesday, DeKalb County, Georgia prosecutors announced formal charges of battery, reckless conduct and disorderly conduct against Gucci Mane, also known as Radric Delantic Davis. Gucci Mane’s attorney, Ashutosh Joshi told the Associated Press his client plans to plead not guilty to all charges. Gucci was originally accused of pushing a woman out of Hummer while driving down a suburban Atlanta street.
Atlanta, Georgia rapper Gucci Mane was arrested on Friday (04/08/11) for pushing a woman out of a moving vehicle earlier this year, according to new reports. Hollywood Reporter obtained this information after speaking with DeKalb County Police for confirmation of the alleged incident.
Gucci allegedly threw the victim out of the moving car in January, after she rejected a $150 proposition to check-in at a nearby motel. The woman met Gucci on the same day at a local mall, where they agreed to leave for breakfast.
The woman only suffered soreness and pain and had to check in at a hospital. Gucci has been charged with violation of probation and misdemeanor battery and had to check in at Georgia Department of Corrections Probation Office.
This is not the first time Gucci has been involved with legal woes. He served time in prison for violating parole in the past and was arrested last year for driving on the wrong side of the road. This year, Gucci checked into a mental facility after claiming mental incompetency for a series of legal problems.