Teddy bear Shiesty risks life in prison for shooting man in the butt – VIBE.com
Rapper Pooh Shiesty’s career and freedom could come to an abrupt end as the rising star faces a life sentence on charges stemming from an October 2020 shooting that injured a man in the buttocks.
Shiesty, born Lontrell Williams, and two other men were each charged with conspiracy to possess firearms for a felony of violence, conspiracy to commit robbery according to Hobbs Law, committing a robbery under the Hobbs Law and using a firearm under the Hobbs Law. of a crime of violence. Williams’ potential life sentence depends on the verdict of the most serious charge on the indictment, unloading a gun in the prosecution of a felony of violence, which is punishable by ” a mandatory life sentence.
It is alleged that on October 9, 2020, Williams and co-defendants Bobby Brown and Jayden Darosa drove a rented lime-green Ferrari McLaren and a black Mercedes Benz to a hotel in Bay Harbor Islands to purchase marijuana and a pair of high-top sneakers. two-man range. However, an altercation occurred during the transaction, with Williams allegedly brandishing a gun and shooting one of the men in the buttocks, and Brown shooting the other victim in the hip before fleeing the scene with Brown and Darosa. Williams surrendered to police on October 13 and was subsequently released on $ 30,000 bail.
The “Back in Blood” rapper was arrested again last June and charged with another shooting incident that occurred at popular Miami venue King of Diamonds over Memorial Day weekend. This time, Williams was denied bail and is being held until trial. After initially filing a motion to have his trial postponed until 2022, Williams’ attorneys have announced that he has decided to go ahead with the trial, which is scheduled to begin on October 25.