DMX Reaches Deal In Road Rage Case

According to the New York Daily News, DMX and prosecutors have reached a deal

in the rapper’s road rage incident, which occurred at JFK Airport in June.

DMX will avoid jail time and admit responsibility for the scuffle, which started

over a parking spot.

Reports said DMX and a man were after the same parking spot in the area. The

rapper and an associate, Jackie Hudgins, chased the other driver with flashing

lights and sirens on his SUV and crashed through a toll both.

When police arrived, DMX was allegedly pulling the other driver out of the

car in an attempt to assault him.

A search of his car turned up a billy club and a small amount of crack cocaine.

He was later treated at a New York hospital and was subsequently charged with

menacing, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a weapon and driving

under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Last month DMX’s lawyers and the prosecution were close to a deal, but

it fell through when the rapper allegedly refused to admit responsibility for

the crime.

Under the terms of the deal,

DMX will serve no prison time and be charged with a misdemeanor offense.