Doubtlessly large improvement within the A$AP Rocky assault case … prosecutors simply confirmed what they declare is video of him holding a gun earlier than allegedly capturing former fellow Mob member A$AP Relli.
The video was performed in an L.A. courtroom Monday afternoon, and prosecutors say that is Rocky within the clip holding a gun throughout a bodily altercation with Relli.
LAPD detective Frank Flores took the stand, and testified cops obtained the video through the course of their investigation. The prosecution additionally confirmed nonetheless photographs from the footage to bolster their declare it is A$AP Rocky with a gun.
Rihanna‘s child daddy was in courtroom as prosecutors made their case towards him … carrying a darkish blue swimsuit, black glasses and black facemask, remaining stoic all through the explosive testimony towards him.
Prosecutors additionally performed a separate clip of what they are saying are 2 gunshots … although there’s been no video of the alleged capturing itself. Relli claims Rocky shot his hand.
Police physique cam video was additionally proven in courtroom … and it exhibits at the least 7 officers arriving on the scene of the alleged capturing and canvassing for proof … they by no means discover the weapon.
As we reported… Relli claims he had beef with Rocky main as much as the alleged incident, and he testified Rocky put a gun to his abdomen throughout a heated change.
Relli beforehand testified Rocky did not shoot proper then and there, as a substitute claiming the bullets began flying shortly after they separated. He says Rocky took off working and left him on the road after firing about 4 photographs.
Whereas cops say they did not discover any shell casings, Relli claims he got here again to the scene later that night time and recovered a pair of 9mm shells. Rocky’s attorneys grilled him over the declare, asking how he may simply discover casings when the cops couldn’t.
Price noting … no fingerprints had been recovered from the shell casings Relli offered to legislation enforcement.