DaBaby’s assault trial comes to an end: the court closes the case

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Unlike many of its visitors, DaBaby leaves Sin City victorious. Charges against Baby – born Jonathan Kirk – were dismissed in the assault case arising from an incident with a Las Vegas limousine driver in November 2019.

As a reminder

It was in February that TMZ revealed the original story when the limo driver filed a complaint claiming that DaBaby had attacked him during a drive in 2019. DaBaby’s camp also called the trial an “attempted trial. ” ‘money extortion’ at the time. Baby was apparently prepared to defend himself until trial if it had to come to this.

A victory for the rapper

Lawyers David Chesnoff and Richard Schonfeld, along with famous celebrity lawyer Drew Findling, helped Suge’s rapper win the legal battle. According to TMZ, after the preliminary hearing, the case was resolved and will not be subject to reconsideration. The charge for the offense of assault was dismissed “without prejudice”. DaBaby struck down every request made by the prosecution, which included paying the driver $ 7,500 and requiring the rapper to stay out of trouble in 2021.  

DaBaby showed up with Findling in Las Vegas earlier in December and thanked him in an Instagram clip. Findling also represented the late Young Dolph, Offset and helped negotiate NBA YoungBoy’s house arrest deal to bring him to Utah.

However, DaBaby still has unresolved legal issues as he was sued in February by the owner of a Los Angeles rental home who claims he and one of his team members assaulted him while he was trying to stop the illegal filming of a music video on his property.

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