According to Bossip, Taxstone’s lawyer is seeking to get his client out of jail on bail by questioning why Troy Ave was granted bail despite what he sees as having more serious charges.
Attorney Ken Montgomery also argued Troy Ave and his entourage were implicated in another club shooting days prior to the Irving Plaza incident.
Troy addressed Taxstone’s latest legal maneuver in a now-deleted Instagram post featuring the Bossip article.
The IG message included the self-described “NuPac” suggesting Tax is a rat and a fraud.
Besides the judicial troubles associated with this case, Troy was also shot during the melee backstage at the T.I. headlining concert on May 25, 2016.
Troy’s friend and bodyguard Ronald “Banga” McPhatter was killed, and other bystanders were injured during the gunfight as well.
Read Troy Ave’s deleted Instagram post below.