Rick Ross Denied Bail After Pistol-Whipping and Kidnapping a Worker


Rick Ross and his bodyguard were denied bail after their arrest on kidnapping and assault charges after the rapper allegedly pistol-whipped a construction worker, renovating his home.

WSB-TV reports that according to an arrest warrant, Ross was having work done on property that he bought in Fayette County. Ross and James allegedly got into a fight with one of the workers and pistol-whipped him. The report says the men hit Jonathan Zamudio several times with a glock 9mm gun and chipped two of Zamudio’s teeth. Zamudio also suffered serious neck and jaw injuries, according to the warrant.

The warrant says the pair held Zamudio against his will at a guest house.

Both men are charged with kidnapping, aggravated assault and aggravated battery.

The judge told him that he will have to remain behind bars until a bond hearing can be held in Superior Court.