Flesh Bone Fined $150 Dollars Over 'Gun' Incident

(AllHipHop News) Bone Thugs-N-Harmony group member Flesh-N-Bone struck a plea deal with prosecutors today involving a 1998 incident involving his mother. Flesh, born Stanley Howse, pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of aggravated disorderly conduct. The rapper was fined $150 dollars. Police said they had a previous warrant out for Flesh for domestic violence with a firearm and felonious assault over in Cleveland dating back to 1998, when allegedly struck his mother with a gun. When Bone held their highly anticipated reunion show at The House of Blues in Cleveland in March, police rushed the stage and arrested Flesh. Hit mother Pamela, who was in attendance, fainted and had to be treated at a local hospital after suffering an anxiety attack in the pandemonium. Both Flesh and his brother Layzie Bone have denied official accounts that their mother was struck with a gun. "That's a damn lie," Layzie told The Plain Dealer. "My brother never struck my mother. "I was right there. What happened was, some dudes walked up and were hating on us, and my mother got in the middle of it. She was trying to protect her children. And then they're gonna say my brother hit my mother -- c'mon, man. We aren't barbaric.”