Flesh-N-Bone Maintains Innocence Despite Guilty Plea

By Lora Neng
December 30, 2011

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s Flesh-N-Bone cut off any chance of additional jail time in his case of domestic violence by entering a plea deal with prosecutors, according to TMZ. Flesh-N-Bone, real name Stanley Howse, was arrested in January on suspicion of domestic violence as a result of an altercation with his wife, and was charged with inflicting corporal injury on a spouse, threatening her, and false imprisonment of his spouse. Howse agreed to plead guilty to the last charge in order to drop the other two.

Howse’s sentencing names three years of probation and jail time served, 100 hours of community service, a $400 donation to a battered women’s shelter, and participation in a domestic violence program. His attorney Shepard Kopp avers that “Flesh has always maintained his innocence of these charges, but it was best for his family and Bone Thugs to put this case behind him.”

The rapper’s history of violence already landed him nine years in prison prior for threatening a neighbor with an AK-47, a reduced sentence in light of his having suffered abuse as a child. He is a founding member of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, who won the Grammy in best rap performance for their song “Crossroads.”

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5 Comments for “Flesh-N-Bone Maintains Innocence Despite Guilty Plea”

  1. mystery

    ecan siKE……..sLOBs 411…….

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