Prosecutors Doubt XXXTENTACION's Ex-Girlfriend Signed the Pardon Documents

HipHop News Posted on December 1, 2017 at 8:44am

Prosecutors Doubt XXXTENTACION's Ex-Girlfriend Signed the Pardon Documents

The document says that the woman wants the case to "go away".

Miami, FL – In the latest saga of the XXXTENTACION legal in the event that you are not going to disappear, the controversial rapper's legal team has filed a document obtained by TMZ that says that your ex-girlfriend (the one he allegedly assaulted her when she was pregnant with his child) he wants to distance herself from the action of courts.

But Miami-Dade prosecutors overseeing the case of domestic violence are telling the judge that does not believe in the still without the name of the victim, signed the declaration that presented their desires for the case to go away and refuses to cooperate with prosecutors.

Also according to reports, the judge said, they do not see the barriers to prevent the D. A.'s office to push forward with the indictment. In fact, according to Pitchfork, the prosecutors of the plan to divide the case into two parts — an address of the witness tampering charge (which carries the stiffest of penalties) and the other will be the domestic violence charges.

Back in September of 2017, an extensively detailed report on the incident in question was released to the public, where it was reported the 19-year-old Florida rapper (born Jahseh Onfroy) headbutted, stomped, kicked, strangled, tackled, elbowed, broken hangers in the legs of the woman and more on multiple occasions.

Triple X has been charged with aggravated assault. of a pregnant woman, domestic violence by strangulation, false imprisonment, and witness tampering. If he is convicted of the four charges, the prison time would be imminent. The trial, which was initially rescheduled for December 11, has been postponed to 15 December.

In a statement provided through a spokesman, the assistant state attorney Philip Harte said, "In court today I noticed that the Judge and the defense that the State has reasons to doubt the authenticity of the affidavit. On the other hand, the declaration is not a legally binding document, and does not have to see if the State

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