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(Replace) Rod Wave’s Home Violence Case Dismissed 


Earlier this month Rod Wave discovered himself in hassle after he was arrested in Saint Petersburg, FL for battery by strangulation. Paperwork later confirmed that the arrest was linked to an accusation of him choking his ex-girlfriend whereas their youngsters had been current. Now it appears to be like like his case has been dismissed.

On Thursday, Rod’s lawyer Bradford Cohen took to Instagram to announce that the case has been dismissed.

Cohen stated, “Myself and my major man David Bigney @bigneylawfirm represented Rodarius Inexperienced aka Rod Wave on his arrest final week, in Osceola County for an alleged home violence case. We’re thrilled that this misunderstanding is behind him and he can transfer ahead with a profitable profession. Typically misunderstandings could be misconstrued and it isn’t till all of the proof and witnesses are reviewed that the correct resolution is made by the States Lawyer.”

As beforehand reported, the affidavit revealed particulars of the alleged incident the place he was accused of choking his ex till she couldn’t breathe after he accused her of speaking to different males. He then left in his 2021 Gray Dodge Durango. There was a second incident the place it was alleged he got here again a second time and accused his ex of taking his cellular phone, whereas on the residence he was accused of damaging two storage cabinets close to the entrance door.

As talked about earlier than, he was taken into custody following a visitors cease the place he was using within the passenger seat of his 2021 Gray Dodge Durango. Authorities recognized him by the photograph on his driver’s license. He was later launched from the Pinellas County Jail on a $5,000 bail the next day.

 

 

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