Fetty Wap Facing LIFE No Bail: Interstate Heroin Trafficking At Rolling Loud!!
Rapper Fetty Wap is facing life in federal prison, after federal agents did a raid on him and his crew at Rolling Loud yesterday in New York City. MTO News learned that the feds had been following Fetty and his crew for months!
And prosecutors have enough evidence to put Fetty in jail FOREVER.
Six members of his alleged drug distribution ring were charged with dealing heroin and fentanyl during the Rolling Loud music festival.
Anthony Cyntje, a New Jersey correction officer, Anthony Leonardi, his brother Robert Leonardi, William Junior Maxwell II, AKA Fetty Wap, Brian Sullivan, and Kavaughn Wiggins have been charged with conspiring to distribute and possess controlled substances.
Five of the defendants are also charged with using firearms in connection with drug trafficking.
Fetty Wap, a 30-year-old rapper from Paterson, New Jersey, was allegedly part of the group. He appeared in court this morning, and was denied bail. He was ordered detained pending trial.
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According to the indictment documents obtained by MTO News, Fetty and his crew allegedly obtained the drugs on the west coast and used the United States Postal Service and drivers with hidden vehicle compartments to transport the controlled substances across the country to Suffolk County, where they were stored.
“As alleged, the defendants transported, distributed and sold more than 100 kilograms of deadly and addictive drugs, including heroin and fentanyl, on Long Island, deliberately contributing to the opioid epidemic that has devastated our communities and taken too many lives,” stated United States Attorney Breon Peace. “We will continue to work nonstop with our law enforcement partners to keep our neighborhoods safe.”
Fetty Wap is described is in the indictment as a kilogram-level redistributor for the trafficking organization.
“The fact that we arrested a chart-topping rap artist and a corrections officer as part of the conspiracy illustrates just how vile the drug trade has become,” the FBI’s Michael Driscoll said.
If convicted, Fetty and the other defendants face a maximum of life imprisonment.