Pooh Shiesty Changes Not Guilty Plea To Guilty In Florida Shooting Case
Pooh Shiesty is making a big change in his upcoming case.
Rapper Lontrell Williams Jr., professionally known as Pooh Shiesty, was arrested last October for his involvement in a robbery and shooting, which took place in Florida. The ‘Neighbors’ rapper originally pleaded ‘not guilty’ but is now reportedly taking a ‘guilty’ plea instead.
As previously reported, Pooh Shiesty was arrested for his connection to a robbery in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida. According to reports, he and a couple of associates met with two men to purchase marijuana and high-end sneakers, when Pooh Shiesty and his associates allegedly shot the other men, specifically one in the buttocks, and took off with the items.
According to newly obtained court documents, Pooh Shiesty told a federal judge yesterday (Thursday., Oct. 21) that he will enter a guilty plea.
On the new plea negotiations, the rapper’s lawyer said,
“We’ve entered into plea negotiations because there have been developments in the case that I think changed the dynamics of the case.”
News of the rapper changing his plea comes a few days after his legal team asked the judge to block the prosecutors from using alleged crimes from the rapper’s childhood.
His trial was set to begin on Monday, Oct. 25th however with Pooh Shiesty entering a guilty plea, the case will be removed from the court’s calendar.
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