New Allegations: Rapper Yung Bleu Arrested For Battery In Custody Dispute


In a recent incident, popular rapper Yung Bleu, whose real name is Jeremy Biddle, has found himself in legal trouble after being accused of battery during a dispute over child custody. The incident took place in Hall County, GA and has garnered significant attention.

Key Takeaway

Rapper Yung Bleu has been arrested for misdemeanor battery following an alleged dispute over child custody. The incident involved the physical assault of a woman, resulting in injuries. Yung Bleu was released after posting bond.

The Alleged Incident and Custody Dispute

According to the Hall County Sheriff’s Office, a 911 call was made by a woman on October 15. Deputies arrived at the residence and were informed by the woman that Yung Bleu had arrived unannounced with the intention of taking their 10-year-old child with him. An argument ensued between the two parties.

The woman alleges that during the altercation, Yung Bleu physically attacked her by picking her up and throwing her to the ground, resulting in injuries to her right arm and hip.

After the incident, Yung Bleu left the residence with the child but eventually returned. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) evaluated the woman for any injuries, but she declined transportation to the hospital.

Yung Bleu’s Arrest and Release

In response to the allegations, Yung Bleu agreed to meet with deputies in person. Subsequently, he was arrested and booked into the Hall County Jail in the early hours of Sunday morning. The rapper was charged with misdemeanor battery.

Yung Bleu was released a few days later after posting a bond of $2,400.