Carolina Panthers Player Charged With Assaulting Ex-Girlfriend Over Nelly — Tha Wire [VIDEO]
For the second time Nelly has made the news for kickin it with somebody’s ex. A couple of weeks ago he ruffled Floyd Mayweathers feathers and now Panthers DE Greg Hardy.
First there was drama when he Instagramed a pic of him and Floyd Mayweathers ex-girlfriend, now he’s on Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy’s ‘you know what list’. To make matters worse Hardy let his temper get the best of him and now he’s facing assault charges. According to reports Hardy allegedly assaulted his ex-girlfriend over her relationship with Nelly.
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The NFL player was charged for misdemeanor assault of a female and communicating threats after allegedly beating up his 24-year old ex-girlfriend Nicole Holder in his apartment this past Tuesday (May 14th). Court documents reveal the couple had a “short-lived relationship” that began in September 2013 and ended this March. The docs also state during the couples break-up, Holder started seeing Nelly and Hardy who “often becomes suddenly very angry” lost it..
However, following the alleged assault, it was Greg Hardy who made a 911 call alleging Nicole Holder was the aggressor and threatening to harm him with her shoe. But the football players ex tells a different story alleging he threw her on a “couch covered in assault rifles and/or shotguns” while threatening to murder her.
In addition Ms. Holder alleges Hardy possesses over 25 firearms. Listen to Tha Wire below and find out what Mecklenburg County District Court Judge Becky Thorne Tin did about that.
Finally a British promoter by the name of Christian Ezechie of Executive Decision is accusing Rick Ross of being a “no-show” a recent concert. According to Ezechie, he booked Rozay and the MMG crew for a show in the UK, but claims the rapper never performed and kept the retainer fees.
To make matters worse Page Six reports, Ezechie’s attorneys say they are having issues serving the rapper with papers. The promoter’s legal team told Page Six, they made several attempts to find Rick Ross and at one point thought they had a registered address for Rozay’s touring company. But, it turned out to be “a UPS store.
Ezechie’s lawyer, Robert Hantman, said “process servers are hesitant to serve him while he is surrounded by security guards.” Even still Hantman said, “We are prepared to track him to the ends of the earth.” So far, there’s been no comment from Rozay’s camp on this issue.
Listen to Tha Wire and find out how much Christian Ezechie paid Rick Ross and his MMG to perform. Plus, get the scoop on what celebs are celebrating birthdays today.