Rick Ross enters plea bargaining in kidnapping trial

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Rapper Rick Ross has gone entered plea bargaining in his kidnapping trial on Tuesday.

The rapper was in a Fayette County courtroom facing kidnapping, aggravated assault, aggravated battery and other charges for allegedly holding a groundskeeper on his Georgia estate at gunpoint, forcing him into a guesthouse and pistol-whipping the guy.

Under the deal, Ross pled no contest to 1 felony count of aggravated assault. The other felony charges were dropped.

According to TMZ, Ross was sentenced to time served in jail — he had been locked up for a week. He was also ordered to pay a $10,000 fine.

Now here’s the sweet part of the deal for Ross. He’s being sentenced as a first time felony offender … that means when he pays the $10k fine — which he’ll do Tuesday night — the conviction is erased from his record.

But it’s not that easy. Prosecutors got more … Ross pled no contest to 5 misdemeanors — assault, battery, 2 counts of pointing a pistol at someone, and possession of less than 1 oz of pot. For the 5

For the 5 misdemeanors he was given a total of 60 months probation. One huge benefit for Ross … under the deal, his travel will not be restricted.

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