(AllHipHop News) Roland "Troy Ave" Collins arrived at Manhattan Criminal Court yesterday (May 30). The Brooklyn rapper was arraigned on charges connected to the deadly shooting at Irving Plaza on May 25.
The New York Daily News captioned footage of Troy entering the courthouse. After taking a bullet to the leg, the 33-year-old BSB Records head was taken into the building in a wheelchair.
Prosecutors believe Troy is responsible for not only shooting himself that night but also shooting at other individuals. Video shows him firing inside a V.I.P. room in the venue.
Troy is facing attempted murder as well as criminal possession of a weapon. Authorities are said to be still determining if he will be charged with the murder of his friend Ronald “Banga” McPhatter.
Judge Ushir Pandit-Durant denied a $50,000 bail request and ordered Collins be held without bail until trial. Troy's attorney Scott Leemon suggested that his client is the victim in this situation.
“He didn’t shoot himself, he didn’t shoot his lifelong friend and bodyguard, Ronald McPhatter,” Leemon told AllHipHop.com. “Ronald died a hero and should be remembered that way. The snippet of the video released by NYPD doesn’t tell the whole story.”
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Watch footage of Troy Ave outside the courthouse below.