Celebrity Dirt

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 23: Young Thug performs onstage at the STAPLES Center Concert Sponsored by SPRITE during the 2018 BET Experience on June 23, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

YFN Lucci’s lawyer filed an emergency bond hearing with Fulton County, Atlanta, per documents obtained by The Shade RoomAccording to the documents, the motion cites the YSL RICO indictment, which alleges two of Young Thug’s associates received permission from him to make a second attempt to murder YFN Lucci (born Rayshawn Lamar Bennett). The documents claim that Lucci was a victim based on the indictment after he was allegedly “stabbed with a shank, repeatedly, inside the Fulton County Jail.”

Lucci’s legal team is now requesting he be released from prison on “reasonable conditions” and an “emergency bond hearing.” Per Complex, they declare that, “despite being a named victim in a sprawling and high-profile criminal case, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office, nor any Victim’s Advocate from their office has reached out to Mr. [Rayshawn] Bennett or his counsel.”

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis also shared more on YSL’s alleged involvement in other crimes: “And what myself and any law enforcement member can tell you as a result of that [is] the back-and-forth gun violence and murders that have occurred, have probably been in excess of 50 since 2015—triggered by that in the back-and-forth between that [YSL] gang and other gangs.”

Willis was referring to the 2015 murder of Donovan Thomas, which she said helped pinpoint YSL to other alleged crimes that are listed in the case. Back in 2015, Thomas was murdered outside of a barbershop, and Thug is accused of renting the Infiniti Q50 sedan used in the crime.

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