American Rapper Gucci Mane Sentenced to Three-Year Imprisonment

American rapper Gucci Mane

American rapper Gucci Mane, aka Radric Davis, has been sentenced to three-year imprisonment on September 15 over the case of hitting a fan with a bottle in an Atlanta club in 2013.

Mane pleaded guilty on Monday of assaulting a fan who wanted to take a picture with him. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that instead of welcoming the fan, Mane hit the victim over his head with a vodka bottle and then later he escaped from the club.

Prosecutors said the victim was a soldier named James Lettley who suffered a deep cut in his forehead which required 10 stitches.

Just a month ago, Gucci Mane was sentenced to 39 months of imprisonment as he was caught carrying a firearm. As per police report Mane was caught with a handgun and eight rounds of ammunition.

Fulton County District Attorney's spokeswoman Yvette Jones said Mane's three-year sentence will be served along with a 39 month of imprisonment over federal firearm sentence.

It has also been found that Mane has been involved in many other cases of assault, battery and even murder in the area of Georgia. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution also noted that the celeb was charged with murder in 2005 and battery in 2008.

The rapper's legal troubles have also created lot of hurdles for him in his professional front. He was dissuaded not to work on a new music, he dropped an album, The Return of Mr. Perfect, on Saturday and the mix-tape, I Am Trap was dropped earlier this month.

Mane says he has many other plans for releases, including collaborative mix-tape with Chief Keef, a sequel to Harder 2 Kill and a Christmas mixtape. Along with it, he has two summer albums, The Oddfather and Trap House 4.

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