Sufferer of violent armed theft says alleged YSL affiliate put a gun to her head – WSB-TV Channel 2

ATLANTA — Rapper Younger Thug watched because the sufferer of a violent armed theft testified in regards to the moments an alleged YSL affiliate put a gun to her head as her daughter watched.

On Monday, Channel 2′s Michael Seiden was stay exterior of the Fulton County Courthouse on Channel 2 Motion Information at 6 p.m.

The witness couldn’t be proven on digital camera for security causes.

“I hate I’ve to be right here and I hate I’ve to speak about this,” stated the witness.

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Breaking into tears, the mom of three took the stand on Monday to testify in regards to the moments she turned the sufferer of a violent carjacking exterior of her residence in 2016.

“Each time I speak about it, it doesn’t ever really feel prefer it’s actual,” she stated.

Throughout her testimony, she additionally described how her younger daughter was compelled to look at helplessly as two robbers pressed weapons towards her head.

A kind of gunmen, prosecutors say, was Christian Eppinger. An alleged affiliate of Younger Slime Life.

“I simply bear in mind this child strolling as much as me and he had a gun to my head and I did discover my daughter crouched down behind a bush that was in entrance of my home. I don’t know if it’s nonetheless there. I simply bear in mind him saying give me your keys,” the witness stated.

Prosecutors say Eppinger was considered one of 4 individuals who participated within the carjacking.

However throughout cross-examination, the sufferer testified that Younger Thug, whose actual title is Jeffrey Williams, and his 5 co-defendants weren’t concerned.

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“You don’t have any purpose to inform this jury, no private information that Jeffery Williams was in any kind or trend concerned along with your carjacking on that day? True? That’s right,” stated protection lawyer Keith Adams.

Eppinger is charged within the unique indictment, however his case was severed, which implies he’ll stand trial at a later date.

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