Happier Times: 22 Photos Of Fabolous & Emily B.’s Beautiful Hip-Hop Family
1. Fabolous and Em body his ’90s party.Source: 1 of 21
2. When you flossin’ at the NBA All-Stars like a Young OG.Source: 2 of 21
3. When you can’t be any happier…Source: 3 of 21
4. Loso watching Joso’s back at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.Source: 4 of 21
5. Perfect pic.Source: 5 of 21
6. On The Run! It’s like Hov got Bey, it’s like Bey got Jigga.Source: 6 of 21
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Just 2 days after Fabolous was charged with aggravated assault and making terroristic threats, details are coming out about what happened that night at their New Jersey home.
“Englewood Police said in a statement the rapper, whose real name is John Jackson, turned himself in at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday on a domestic dispute and making a terroristic threat charge. He was released from police custody.
Court documents show the alleged crime stemmed from an earlier incident on March 7, when Jackson while in Los Angeles on a business trip “became enraged” when he found out via Instagram the victim was also in Los Angeles.
According to an affidavit of probable cause, while on a flight back from Los Angeles, the victim told police that Jackson, 40, said via text he wanted to hit her in the head with a baseball bat and that he would kill her but he “did not want to go out like that.” The victim told police she was scared because of the March 7 incident. The victim was later punched by Jackson seven times in the face “causing severe damage to her two front teeth.” She ended up losing her two front teeth, according to court documents.
Because of the incident, “the victim called her father to remove two handguns from the residence due to her fear that they may be used against her,” according to the affidavit. When Jackson arrived at the Kenwood Street residence, he confronted the victim, her brother, and father, but then went to the upstairs of the residence looking for the handguns, which had been removed.
“When he could not locate the guns, the defendant left the house, but not before informing the victim, her father and her brother that he had a bullet for them,” according to court documents.”