King Von’s Alleged Killer Lul Tim Reportedly Released From Jail On $100K Bond
Lul Tim, the man who allegedly shot and killed rapper King Von has reportedly been released from jail.
As previously reported, King Von (born Dayvon Daquan Bennett) was fatally shot in Atlanta after an alleged run-in with someone from rapper Quando Rondo’s team. Lul Tim (born Timothy Leeks), who is associated with Quando Rondo, was taken into custody shortly after. Now, he’s reportedly been released on a $100K bond.
People who are allegedly from Quando Rondo’s camp have also confirmed the news on Instagram.
Atlanta police announced Lul Tim’s arrest on Nov. 7. He is facing a felony murder charge. At the time, he was receiving treatment for a gunshot wound at Atlanta’s Grady Hospital. Police said in a statement that the case for King Von’s murder was closed.
Reportedly, King Von and a group of men left Opium nightclub and headed to Monaco Hookah Lounge. While there, two men approached the group in the parking lot and the groups started to argue. The argument then escalated into gunfire. During the altercation, there were two off-duty officers were working security at the hookah lounge as well as one on-duty officer nearby. King Von was reportedly shot before they stepped in. Police confirmed two people were killed. A third victim was injured and in critical condition.
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