Joe Budden Pleads Guilty To Disorderly Conduct For Allegedly Assaulting Ex-Girlfriend

(AllHipHop News) On Thursday, Joe Budden pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in a case involving alleged domestic violence against his former girlfriend. The New Jersey rapper agreed to plea to a non-criminal violation which will not cause him to face jail time.

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Budden has been ordered to live a “law biding life.” The case stems from a 2014 arrest when the Slaughterhouse member was accused of beating his ex-lover outside of a restaurant in New York, driving her back to his house in Jersey, and attacking her again.

There were also allegations that Budden choked the woman and stole her cell phone. The plea deal allowed Budden not to be indicted on robbery, grand larceny, and criminal obstruction of breathing.

At the time, Budden taunted and threatened to sue the NYPD after the department announced it was searching for him. The 35-year-old rapper consistently maintained that he never assaulted the woman. He addressed the situation on Twitter.

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