Gucci Mane is scheduled to appear in a Fulton county court today. Stay tuned for details after the hearing.
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Rapper Gucci Mane, whose real name is Radric Davis turned himself in Tuesday at 11:30 p.m. after Fulton County Sheriff's issued a warrant for his arrest. The warrant stemmed from an alleged altercation at the Harlem Nights club in Atlanta.
The victim of this incident, a soldier reports that he was hit in the head with a champagne bottle after he asked security if he could take a picture with the rapper. He also claims that he was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital via ambulance and received 10 stitches for his injury.
Davis attended a hearing in Fulton County Court today at 11 a.m. Fulton County Assistant D.A., Jacoby Hudson brought up his criminal history and the fact that he is currently on a 36 month probation for a battery conviction in Dale County. Prosecutors cited his criminal past as reason not to grant him bond.
Judge Jessy Lall agreed with prosecutors and denied the stars bond. Lall stated that the rapper previously had an aggravated battery with a deadly weapon charge a few years ago and is already on probation for another battery conviction.
The rapper's Attorney, Drew Findling stated that prosecutors have no proof other than the word of the victim.
Davis will remain in the Fulton County jail until his April 10th court date.