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Fabolous Arrested on Domestic Violence

On Wednesday, Brooklyn, N.Y.-born rapper Fabolous was arrested on charges of domestic violence.

Fabolous (real name John David Jackson) allegedly assaulted his girlfriend of over a decade, and former star of VH1’s reality-television show Love & Hip-Hop, Emily B (real name Emily Bustamante) in their Englewood, N.J., home. According to TMZ, Emily B contacted the police after the alleged abuse, and around 8:30 that night, Fab turned himself in. He was then arrested, booked on felony charges of aggravated assault and making a terroristic threat, according to the report.

Emily B and Fabulous
Emily B and Fabulous

Rapper Fabolous turned himself in to police in Englewood, New Jersey, Wednesday after allegedly assaulting his partner, Emily B, according to a report

TMZ reported that, according to unnamed sources, Emily B, 37, called police and told them Fabolous, 40, had hit her.

Fabolous was with his attorney at the police station. According to TMZ, he was cited for the alleged assault and given a ticket for his court appearance. He did not go to jail.

According to HipHopDX, Fabolous and Emily have been together for over 10 years. Although Fabolous has not commented directly on the report, HipHopDX reported he posted “2018 tryna break my heart,” in an Instagram story early Thursday.

Billboard reported that the rapper, whose real name is John Jackson, has two kids with Emily, Jonas, 2, and Johan, 10.

 After the altercation became public, Billboard reached out to Fabolous’ longtime attorney, Alberto Ebanks, for a statement. He provided the following: “I’ve known Fab close to 20 years and believe he is incapable of engaging in the alleged conduct.”

Bustamante and Fabolous have two children together: 10-year-old Johan Jackson and 2-year-old Jonas Jackson.

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