Don P. Of Trillville Denies Rape Charges

Bail was set for Trillville

rapper Don P, who was recently arrested, spending 10 days incarcerated for the

alleged rape of a 16-year-old girl.

A Georgia judge

set a $75,000 bail for the Atlanta rapper, born Donnell Prince, after he was

charged with rape and two counts of aggravated sodomy.

The incident stems

from an alleged assault that happened Dec. 16 at the Wood Crest Walk apartments

in Lithonia, Ga.

"The bond

hearing ended up being like the trial because the word on the street is she's

been telling her friends that hopefully she can get paid and write a book like

Monica Lewinsky or some s**t," Don P. told "Word got

back to the State and her story just keeps changing. I'm the only n***a in the

room, of course, the only n***a she knows to say [committed a crime] is me.

So, that's how that got out of hand."

After listening

to several hours of testimony, Dekalb Senior Superior Court Judge William McMurray

also ordered that Don P not leave the country nor contact the alleged victim.

Don P. admitted

he watched the underage girl strip in front of a group of people, but flatly

denied all of the charges against him.


in the industry has supported me, because this is so old," said Don P.

"This trick has been done over and over to Tupac to Kobe. It's just been

done too many times. You gotta think of something else to do. I still gotta

go to trial. All the witnesses [were] just coming forward like, 'We need to

let them know what happened.' Everybody was up there. People was saying how

this was some bulls**t, but I still gotta go to the thing so [the charges] can

get dropped. She's just changed her story too many times."

Don P's next court

date has yet to be scheduled.