XXXTentacion's Murder Suspect Reportedly Granted Bond Hearing
18 October 2019, 11:42 | Updated: 18 October 2019, 11:57
Late rapper XXXTentacion's murder suspect, Trayvon Newsome, has been granted a bond hearing after filing papers requesting his release.
One of the men involved in XXXTentacion's murder case has been granted a bond hearing. Suspect Trayvon Newsome's bond hearing will be taking place on Thursday, October 31st.
According to AllHipHop, Trayvon Newsome has been fighting in court for his entitlement to a bond. Now, the suspect finally has a chance at recieving bond.
Although Newsome has been granted for a bond hearing, the other three men involved in XXXTentacion's death have not been granted bond.
The granted bond hearing seems to have come after Newsome filed papers requesting his release. The government were not able to prove he was unfitting for bond.
Back in September, Trayvon Newsome filed documents demanding to be released from jail, claiming he was entitled to a bond until the government proved otherwise.
Earlier this week, Judge Michael Usan granted Newsome what is known as an "Arthur Hearing."
Soon after Triple X's murder, Travyvon Newsome, Michael Boatwright, Dedrick Williams, and Robert Allen were held without bond.
Newsome turned when he turned himself in back in August of 2018. He was the last of the four men to be arrested.
He was then charged with murder in the first degree and robbery with a deadly weapon. Police also theorized that he was one of two gunmen alongside Michael Boatwright.