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Tables Turn: Fabolous Hit With 4 Felony Charges in Connection to Emily B

It seems like Fabolous is getting a taste of his own medicine.

It was just learned that a grand jury in New Jersey indicted the rapper last week on 1 count of domestic violence with significant bodily injury, 2 counts of threatening to kill, and 1 count of possession of a weapon– a pair of scissors.

The charges come from an incident that happened in March. Fabolous allegedly knocked out Emily B’s two front teeth. B is Fabolous’ girlfriend, and has stuck by her man’s side since the news broke.

A video was captured of the two in the middle of a argument outside their home in New Jersey. In it, Fabolous is seen chasing B, as she runs scared. There’s also audio to support him threatening to kill her and multiple members in her family. B’s father was present, but could do little to control the situation.

If found guilty, the rapper could face up to 5 years for each individual charge.

Take a look at the footage caught in March.

Here are some other articles on Pooch Hall and Terrence J, each facing jail time of their own.

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