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J Prince, of Rap-A-Lot, Charged with Aggravated Assault


Living Legend and CEO of the Legendary Down South label Rap-A-Lot Rec. James Prince, was charged by a Federal Court for Aggravated Assault.

Living legend and CEO of the legendary Down South label Rap-A-Lot Records, James Prince, was charged by a Federal Court for aggravated assault. At first it was misdemeanor assault charges, but a Grand jury upgraded to felonious aggravated assault on Nov 30.

Ronald “Ronnie” Bookman, the owner of recording studio 7303 accused J Prince of orchestrating a beatdown on him during a meeting. Bookman filed a lawsuit against ‘J’ back in April, alleging that Prince ordered men to attack him at J Prince’s Gym in Houston, Texas. The alleged victim Bookman suffered a broken nose and head injuries including two blacks eyes.

If J Prince is convicted he faces up to 10 years in prison.

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