Nearly a month after he was arrested in Sweden, rapper A$AP Rocky returned to the United States as the verdict in an assault case against him and two other Americans looms.
Los Angeles television stations reported the artist was among a group of people shown emerging from a private airplane at Los Angeles International Airport in footage broadcast late Friday night. The 30-year-old whose real name is Rakim Mayers had flown out of Stockholm Arlanda Airport on Friday, the same day the trio learned they would be released while judges mull a verdict that’s expected Aug. 14.
Along with David Rispers Jr. and Bladimir Corniel, the rapper is accused of beating 19-year-old Mustafa Jafari on June 30, outside a fast-food restaurant in central Stockholm. Mayers, who had been jailed since his July 3 arrest, pleaded not guilty at the start of the three-day trial Tuesday.
A police officer in Minnesota this week pulled over a driver who was texting and driving while sending text messages to her friend about a newly enacted anti-texting-and-driving law.
Local news station KUTV reports that an officer from the Eagan Police Department stopped a woman driving a black SUV because he believed that she was violating the state’s new “hands-free” that makes it illegal to hold up your phone unless you are calling 911 during an emergency.
William Barr announces he has reinstated a two-decades long dormant policy, following authorization from Congress and signing by Trump
Accused pedophile and wealthy Manhattan financier Jeffrey Epstein was found injured and in a fetal position inside his cell at a New York City jail, according to sources close to the investigation.
Epstein, who is being held in Metropolitan Correctional Center during his trial for conspiracy and sex trafficking, was found semi-conscious with marks on his neck, two sources told News 4. Investigators are trying to piece together exactly what happened.
Katy Perry, 34, wearing a mint green trouser suit as she appeared at Downtown LA’s district court, is accused of copying the beat in her 2013 hit Dark Horse from a trio of Christian rappers.
Pop star Katy Perry caused a packed courtroom to burst into laughter saying she could play the hit song she is accused of stealing live after a technical glitch meant a recording of it couldn’t be played.
Blonde Katy, 34, wearing a smart mint green trouser suit, is accused of copying the beat in her 2013 hit Dark Horse from a trio of American Christian rappers.
At court in Downtown Los Angeles, Katy also sat just two seats away from controversial co-defendant Dr Luke, her long-time co-writer who the star denied in court documents had raped her.