Yung Bleu was arrested in Georgia for allegedly attacking a woman over the custody of a child.
According to a report from TMZ, Hall County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a 911 call from a woman accusing the rapper of slamming her to the ground, injuring her hip and right arm.
The woman told the officers that Jeremy Biddle, Yung Bleu’s legal name, came to her home on Sunday unexpectedly to take the 10-year-old child with him. After an argument, the woman said that Biddle assaulted her and left with the child. However, he returned briefly before leaving again.
First responders assessed the woman at the scene, but she declined to be taken to the hospital.
Later that morning, Biddle met with deputies and was booked into Hall County Jail and charged with misdemeanor battery. Several days later, he was released after posting a $2,400 bond.
In August, the 29-year-old found himself in domestic trouble when a woman outed him for flying her out and neglecting her. Bleu’s wife responded to the drama by threatening divorce in a scathing Instagram post, which prompted the Mobile native to publicly apologize.