Juelz Santana got sentenced to two years probation for threatening a good Samaritan neighbor after copping a plea deal. As Santana was beating his girlfriend in Englewood, New Jersey — this neighbor whose name has yet to be released, intervened and called the cops on the rapper. The neighbor claims that the incident with Laron James has gotten bad, he “threatened me with death” and was planning to “kill me,” causing “problems in my marriage [&] my personal life. I had to move out of fear. I pay more rent now. I’ve been having problems with my wife.” Juelz got to court and supposedly said nothing to the judge. He actually was in for worse, but luckily was able to stay from a prison sentence by entering a plea deal that “substantially” reduced the possible penalties. SMH! Come on now, Juelz, you’re a father now! Get it together! Luckily Juelz avoided prison as he is scheduled for a Dipset reunion concert in March. See the rest of the story below!

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“I don’t know if I did the right thing or not by calling the police that day. I saw him assaulting the girl very badly,” the neighbor told the judge. As a result, “all these problems happened.”

Santana, who released the mixtape “God Will’n” last week has his troubles far from over! CVP claims, “Charges are still pending against him in connection with the discovery of two fully-loaded 9mm handguns, several boxes of ammunition and 17 dime bags of pot during a SWAT team raid of his “Santana’s World” studios on South Washington Avenue in Bergenfield two years ago.”

One is an allegation against his girlfriend, the mother of his children,” Gomperts told the judge. “The second was an innocent bystander who intervened when James assaulted her. The judge let the rapper keep his driver’s license because he needs it to work, which was another condition of probation. His guilty plea was to a single third-degree count of threatening the neighbor.

The assistant prosecutor claims, “I’m hoping this period of probation will help him,” also adding, “Mostly I hope he will leave his former neighbor and his family alone.”