Ross claims he pistol-whipped his groundskeepers out of self-defense.
One fateful day in June 2015, Rick Ross allegedly learned that Leo Caceres and Jonathan Zamudio, two of his groundskeepers, were hosting unsanctioned cocaine parties on his Atlanta property. They claim that Ross ushered them into a guesthouse at gunpoint and beat them up and pistol-whipped them with his 9mm Glock.
Ross was indicted this March on several charges, including kidnapping, aggravated battery, aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm while committing a crime. Atlanta WSB-TV reports that Ross' legal team is requesting immunity from any and all charges, claiming that the rapper acted in self-defense. Ross claims that he never held Caceres and Zamudio hostage against their will.
Rozay will head to trial on the aforementioned charges if immunity is not granted.