It’s been a few weeks since reports surfaced of alleged domestic violence between Fabolous and Emily B. The video that followed the reports didn’t help quiet the rumors or allegations. Subsequently, Fab was charged and most recently he was due to appear in front of a judge. However, he’s not quite ready yet. According to Bossip:
The Brooklyn rapper was supposed to go in front of a judge Wednesday for his first appearance on charges of aggravated assault and making terroristic threats. But his lawyer asked the court for a delay at the last minute, but didn’t give a reason why, Bergen County, NJ Superior Court officials confirmed to BOSSIP.
The judge apparently agreed, and gave the “Throw It In The Bag” rapper a three week reprieve, and he’s now scheduled to return in mid-May.
Last month, police arrested Fabolous, 40, whose real name is John Jackson, after Emily B. complained that he’d been threatening her and punched her several times, injuring her mouth so badly that her two front teeth had to be medically removed, according to the complaint and summons.
If convicted, he faces three to five years in state prison on the aggravated assault charge alone.
Meanwhile, Fabolous has made no recent mention of his legal troubles on social media, and instead has posted images of his recent performances, his kids, and commented about people who are on “a negative vibe.”
Well, there you have it. We’ll keep you posted on the details.