Rick Ross Is Released From Jail After Posting $2 Millon Bail

WTOC-TV: Savannah, Beaufort, SC, News, Weather Rick Ross and his bodyguard will remain locked up after being arrested on June 24 for kidnapping, aggravated assault an aggravated battery charges in Fayette County, Georgia after the two allegedly pistol-whipped a groundskeeper who was working on his home. According to reports from TMZ and Fox Carolina, a weary Rozay appeared in Fayette County Superior Court this morning (July 1) after sitting in jail for seven days. He was initially denied bond on June 24. The new report says Ross’ lawyer requested that his client’s medical files be sealed for reasons unknown at this time. Judge Tommy Hankinson is currently deliberating Ross’ situation because the MC faces serious charges—namely kidnapping and aggravated assault. Ross will appear in court next Tuesday, July 7 where bond will be discussed.  The case will play out in Superior Court. XXL has contacted Ross’ Defense attorney for an update on the bond hearing.According to reports, the Florida rapper was having work done on his Fayette County home when he got into an altercation with one of the groundskeepers. Rozay allegedly held the man in a room in his guest house then proceeded to pistol-whip the man so hard that he broke his jaw and chipped two of his teeth. The alleged victim is said to be on a liquid diet due to the sustained injuries. The incident happened on June 7 and he was arrested on 17 days later. The arrest was the second for the rapper in June. On June 10, Ross was pulled over in his Bentley for having his windows tinted to an illegal degree. When officers approached the vehicle and Ross rolled down the window, the cops smelled weed and proceeded to search the car. After finding some bud, Rozay was whisked away to jail on a traffic violation and misdemeanor possession of marijuana. He was released from the jail later that evening.Mugshot via WTOC