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Jessica Todd

VladTV Staff Writer

Article Image: Remy Ma's Sister Arrested for Shooting and Running Over One Person

Remy Ma’s sister, Remeesha Alesia Blount, 27, was arrested on Monday (February 19) night in Raleigh, NC, after allegedly firing a gun into a car with three women inside, hitting one of them. According to the Raleigh News & Observer, Blount hit the woman who had been shot after they were fleeing the scene in panic.

The victim is listed in fair condition and Blount was charged with charged with one count of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, three counts of assault with the weapon with intent to kill, shooting into an occupied vehicle and discharging a firearm in the city. She is currently being held without bail and facing previous charges of assault with a deadly weapon, shooting a gun inside city limits and assault by pointing a gun.

In 2008, Remy Ma was sentenced to eight years for assault, illegal weapon possession and attempted coercion, of which she served six years.

Source: News & Observer

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Footage of a brawl featuring Tekashi69 has been obtained by TMZ. The rapper and several other individuals were involved in an altercation right outside of LAX airport in Los Angeles. The clip begins with two men arguing. Then Tekashi walks up to them — trying to see what’s going on. One of the men pushes Tekashi back, attempting to keep him away. They both appear to leave the situation but things quickly get heated.

A security guard steps between the men in order to de-escalate the situation. All of a sudden, a fight breaks out. The scuffle even ends up in the street and one man gets his shirt ripped. Bystanders immediately take out their phones to record the brawl. Tekashi and his crew eventually walk off, back into the airport where police arrive on the scene. Watch the footage above.


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Two former Baltimore police officers are facing sentences of up to 60 years in prison after they were convicted on various charges related to their participation in a crooked cop operation that made them hordes of cash at the expense of local drug dealers.

After more than a day and a half of deliberation, a federal jury trying the case of Daniel Hersl and Marcus Taylor produced guilty verdicts that will translate to extensive time behind bars for racketeering conspiracy, racketeering, and numerous Hobbs Act robbery charges.

Hersl and Taylor are two of eight disgraced officers who have now been dealt justice for collaborating to rob suspects of drugs and money, even after the US Justice Department launched an investigation against the city’s Police Department for civil rights offenses.

According to reports, the disgraced detectives played leading roles in orchestrating the extortion of drug dealers, the jailing of innocent citizens, and the resale of narcotics and guns that were seized off of their targets. The crimes occurred as they operated under the now-defunct Gun Trace Task Force (GTTF).

As the trial progressed, jurors got to hear of such instances as the one that involved the officers taking half of some $200,000 in cash that they found in a safe after forcing their way into a home without a warrant. When it wasn’t cash, at times it was drugs that they took, harbored, and often had sold back to the streets for a profit.

Their business model eventually didn’t work. You can’t rob people just because they’re drug dealers,” acting US Attorney for the District of Maryland, Stephen M. Schenning, told reporters who were on hand to cover the decision on Monday, February 12.

Hersl and Taylor had pleaded not-guilty to the counts that they were facing. The other six men involved have already pled guilty to similar charges, and four of them testified against Hersl and Taylor in exchange for more lenient sentences.


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UPDATE: Detroit rapper Peezy was shot this past weekend. The victim that was shot in the head and critical was another Detroit man. Details about Peezy are still unknown but he is currently recovering.


Allegedly rapper, Peezy, was shot Saturday evening on the east side.

Witness said that they heard gunshots on 3600 block of Fairview Street, where they found him laying in the middle of the street with wounds to the head. He is currently recovering. Details still emerging.

Peezy just got back to Detroit from performing in Milwaukee.

We are wishing Peezy, a quick recovery. #PrayersUp


WATCH: TE Peezy Chats With Deelishis On ‘Live With London Charles’

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Contributing Writer

Article Image: Nelly Accuser Wants Judge to Order Rapper to Not Abuse Women

Nelly was arrested for allegedly raping a woman in Washington in October of 2017. The accuser Monique Greene would go on to drop her charges against the rapper and stop cooperating in the case after she says that Nelly and his team were bullying her and tarnishing her in the media. Greene went on to later file a lawsuit against the St. Louis native for sexual assault and defamation.

Now, it is being reported by TMZ that Greene has gone to court and requested that a judge order Nelly not to do to other women what she is alleging that he did to her. In a new court document, the woman claims that Nelly plots to sexually assault women, specifically “beautiful women of color with beautiful faces and curvy figures” at his concerts. She suggests that there is a whole agenda set up that includes someone from Nelly’s entourage who will seek out the women to invite backstage. Greene states that Nelly “is particularly attracted to women who were resistant.”

In detailing what happened that night on his tour bus, Greene says that Nelly masturbates in front of women. She says he does this with “the expectation that presenting himself would entitle him to sexual gratification and that the women were drawn to and could not resist his penis.” She then goes on to allege that if a woman resists that Nelly goes as far as to “sexually accost and/or assault her.” She claims the rapper will go as far as ejaculating on the woman. In the document, Greene is also claiming that there are other women she is in contact with who Nelly has done the same things too.

In the legal documents, Greene is requesting an injunction against Nelly and his private parts. Through this whole ordeal, the rapper has maintained his innocence and is countersuing his accuser for false rape allegations.

The evidence in the alleged rape case was released to the public earlier this month.


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Recently, Michael Jackson’s daughter—Paris Jackson took to Instagram to share how she was robbed by hitchhikers she tried to help out in Los Angeles.

Via now-deleted videos she posted on Instagram, the young woman said her debit card disappeared after she gave a group of hitchhikers a ride this past Friday.

Jackson said “So, last night I picked up a couple of hitchhikers and one girl was pretty f**ked up. I mean I remember taking out a pair of my own socks and putting them on her and stopping at a f**king fast food place to get them dinner.”

From there, Jackson continued on, saying “This b**ch f**king stole my debit card dude. I gave you guys a f**king ride across L.A. and I do my very, very best to be the best Uber driver ever, even though I’m not a part of Uber and you steal my s**t, dude? What the f**k!”

Watch above.

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Two weeks after her name appeared in a scathing FBI document, Wayne County Circuit Judge Vonda Evans said she got some much anticipated news from the federal government Tuesday:She’s not a target in a corruption probe.

“We are pleased to advise that, after conferring and discussing this matter with (Assistant U.S. Attorney) Michael Bullotta, Judge Vonda Evans is neither a target nor a suspect in any federal investigation,” Evans lawyer, Todd Perkins, wrote in an e-mail to the Free Press.

“It is unfortunate that Judge Evans has had to defend her integrity in the public forum and must reassure her constituents and her supporters that she has been cleared of any wrongdoing,” Perkins wrote, adding “there is a reason why many investigations are not disclosed to the public as such disclosures may unfairly cast aspersions on people, like Judge Evans, who have done nothing wrong.”

Evans told the Free Press: “After over 20 years as a public servant, I am elated and relieved that my name has been cleared.”

The U.S. Attorney’s Office confirmed that Evans is not a target in the corruption probe.

At issue is a confidential FBI affidavit that was accidentally released in a federal court case on Dec. 22 involving towing mogul Gasper Fiore, who pleaded guilty to bribery last month.  The affidavit includes the names of 18 individuals whom the FBI described as  targets in a widespread corruption probe. Among the names that was listed in the affidavit, which was filed to seek wiretapping approval, was Evans.

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Shaina Auxilly

Contributing Writer

Article Image: Meek Mill to Get Bail Hearing From Same Judge Who Issued Prison Sentence

Meek Mill’s lawyer’s filed a 147-page emergency motion for bail with the Pennsylvania Superior Court but was denied. Though his request was not approved, they did order Pennsylvania Common Pleas Court Judge Genece Brinkley to make a ruling on the bail hearing “without further delay.”

Brinkley sentenced Meek to 2 to 4 years in prison after a probation violation. She has been criticized for giving the Philly rapper a “harsh” sentence in relation to the crime. Meek has been on probation since a 2008 drug and gun case and was arrested this yearfor popping wheelies in New York City and a fight at a St. Louis airport, the latter charge was later dropped. He also failed a drug test. People have been protesting and petitioning for his release. His legal team has plans to appeal.

Meek’s rep, Jordan Siev, tells TMZ, “We’re pleased that the Superior Court took immediate action to direct the Court of Common Pleas to decide on the application for bail without further delay. We remain hopeful that Mr. Williams will be promptly released on bail.”

Meek’s legal team previously asked that Brinkley step down from the case, alleging that she was making it “inappropriately personal” because she had yet to rule on his post-sentence motions, therefore blocking Meek from appealing. There were other reports that Brinkley was mad Meek wouldn’t give her a shout-out in a song or sign to a label owned by a personal friend of hers.

There’s no word on when Judge Brinkley will hold the bail hearing.


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 – FOX 2 obtained a federal indictment of 13 people who were part of the alleged Smokecamp street gang who were charged.

According to the indictment, the gang, which is also known as Runyon Boys, Original Paid Bosses, and Paid Bosses Inc., operates primarily on the east side of Detroit near Seven Mile and Albion.

Authorities said the Smokecamp gang makes its money primarily through selling cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, marijuana, codeine, ecstasy, and prescription pills from trap houses near Seven Mile and Albion. However, officials say they didn’t just sell drugs in Detroit, they expanded to West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky to sell narcotics.

Federal officials said they were able to arrest the 13 suspects during undercover buys in September. They claim that the 13 suspects were charged with other crimes including possession of drugs and guns dating back to 2007.

The 13 suspects arrest are all charge with RICO conspiracy:

1. Korey Sanders aka “No Loan Corleon,” “Staxs”,
2. Jerray Key aka “Chino,” “Dre”
3. Deshawn Langston aka “Pook” “Slips”
4. Richard Langston aka “Dub,” “Rich,” “Blow”
5. Hakeem Bunnell aka “Lb Dub”
6. Keenan Nielbock aka “Dolla,” “Keno”
7. Caraun Key aka “Luch,” “Ron,” “Slick
8. Darryl Key aka “Db,” Big Baby”
9. Tyree Williams aka “Snoop”
10. Romale Gibson aka “Santana”
11. Cary Dailey aka “Cease”
12. Antonio Langston aka “Tone”
13. Carlos Davis aka “Los,” “Loso”

Some of the suspects also face drug, assault, and gun charges.

A source close with the investigation tells FOX 2 these charges are in connection with a series of raids conducted Wednesday morning by Michigan State Police and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

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