The 39-year-old rapper, Rick Ross who allegedly kidnapped a man and threatened him with a gun, has been released from jail on $2 Million Bond after his lawyer’s request was approved by the judge in a Georgia courtroom on Thursday, TMZ reported.
Ross paid his bond, pulling $1 million equity from boxer Evander Holyfield’s former estate he bought last year that’s valued at more than $5 million. He got the remainder from a $500,000 corporate surety bond from a bond bailsman and threw in $500,000 cash.
Ross’ attorney said he would forfeit the entire Holyfield mansion, if the rapper does anything to obstruct justice or intimidate any witness.
Ross is accused of kidnapping and pistol whipping a grounds keeper at his property. He was arrested on June 24 and taken to the Fayette County Jail, where was held until Thursday’s release.