Rick Ross’s Attorney, Steve Shadow, is trying to prove that Ross pistol whipped his groundskeeper, Jonathan Zamudio, out of self defense. Shadow says that the groundskeeper was committing felonies on Rick Ross’s personal property.

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It has been reported that Ross is now being indicted for the incident. As stated yesterday, Ross’s team is not concerned about the case because they plan on proving that Ross acted out of self defense. Back in September, Ross has filed a lawsuit because he claimed Zamudio was in cahoots with rival 50 Cent. It is not clear as of yet where the lawsuit stands. It has been reported that Ross has been indicted for kidnapping, aggravated battery, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm while committing a crime. Shadow has released a statement saying,

“Now that the prosecutor has formally charged the case, we have filed a preliminary motion for immunity from criminal prosecution, which ultimately would bar further prosecution if the Judge agrees with us. Essentially what we will show is that Rick Ross acted in self-defense and in defense of his property when he encountered felonious trespassers inside his guest house. Of course, we also deny all of the allegations in the prosecutor’s indictment.”

Original Story:

Ross is saying that Zamudio was doing cocaine and other drugs in his quest house in Georgia. Shadows will make a case saying his client was “acting in self-defense and in defense of his property when he encountered trespassers.”

Source: TMZ