Former Bodyguard For Benzino, Made Men Charged With Attempted Murder

A former bodyguard for Benzino’s Hip-Hop group Made Men that was acquitted in the attempted murder case of Boston Celtics’ Paul Pierce, is in trouble with the law again, for allegedly nearly stabbing a government witness to death.

(AllHipHop News) The Boston Herald reports that Trevor Watson, 44, is slated to go on trial in U.S. District Court for retaliating against a witness, for stabbing the informant eight times during an altercation outside of a barbershop in Roxbury. Although the victim suffered life threatening injuries, he was able to identify Watson from a photo lineup. Watson was convicted of taking part in a vicious 2000 assault against Paul Pierce, but he beat the attempted murder charges. While Watson served one year in prison for the assault, another man named William “Roscoe” Ragland remains incarcerated for stabbing Pierce through the diaphragm an lung, almost killing the 6-7 forward. During their trial, all three men claimed their cases were biased due to their associations with Benzino and Made Men.