Pooh Shiesty case – The rapper sentenced to 63 months behind bars after a “guilty plea to a firearms conspiracy charge”
RAPPER Pooh Shiesty has pleaded guilty to a firearms conspiracy charge and will serve 63 months in prison.
The sentencing comes after the 22-year-old was indicted in June 2021 on charges stemming from a shooting.
The shooting took place at the Landon Hotel in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida in October 2020.
Pooh Shiesty, whose real name is Lontrell Donell Williams Jr., had three other charges against him dropped as part of the plea deal, Variety reports.
The rapper initially faced up to 97 months in prison.
He has been in federal custody in Florida since 2021. U.S. District Judge Kevin Michael Moore of federal court in Miami granted credit for the time Pooh Shiesty has already spent behind bars.
“Look, nobody’s happy to go to jail, but they were happy the judge listened to our argument, and the judge got the argument,” defense attorney Bradford Cohen told Rolling Stone. .
“He [Pooh Shiesty] was satisfied with the result. We are satisfied with the court’s decision.
Pooh Shiesty has been arrested several times in connection with previous incidents.
He faced other charges including armed robbery, aggravated assault and theft.
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