Pooh Shiesty Accepts Plea Deal


Pooh Shiesty was expected to appear in court on Monday (October 25) to begin his trial over allegations he shot a man in Florida on October 9, 2020. But according to Rolling Stone, the Memphis rapper is now planning to plead guilty following undisclosed developments in the case. His defense lawyer Bradford Cohen told U. S. District Judge K. Michael Moore that Shiesty and his road manager, co-defendant Bobby Brown, “both wish to change their plea from not guilty to guilty” during a hearing on Thursday. Behind bars since July, Pooh Shiesty previously pleaded not guilty to the four-count federal indictment, which carried a maximum sentence of life in prison. The intended guilty plea means the trial has been removed from the court’s calendar, with a formal change of plea hearing waiting to be scheduled. More *Here*


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