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Rick Ross’ lawyer serves up self-defence argument

Rapper Rick Ross had every right to beat up his groundskeeper, according to his attorney.
The Aston Martin Music star stands accused of pistol-whipping Jonathan Zamudio at his Georgia estate, and as a result he cannot leave the state.
Last week (ends26Feb16), a grand jury hit Ross with charges of kidnapping, aggravated battery, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm while committing a crime, but now his lawyer has come up with what might be a solid defence.
Steve Sadow believes Ross should be immune from criminal prosecution because the groundskeeper was committing felonies on his client’s property, giving the rapper every right to challenge Zamudio.
According to TMZ.com, Ross claims his former groundskeeper was partying with cocaine and drug paraphernalia in the guest house of his home.
Sadow is expected to make the case that Ross was “acting in self-defense and in defense of his property when he encountered trespassers.”

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