Rapper Fatty Wap is facing life in a federal prison, after federal agents raided him and his crew at Rolling Loud in New York City yesterday. MTO News has learned that Fatty and her crew have been following her for months!
And prosecutors have enough evidence to keep Fatty in prison forever.
Six members of his alleged drug distribution ring have been charged with dealing heroin and fentanyl during the Rolling Loud Music Festival.
Anthony Sintz, a New Jersey correctional officer, has been charged with conspiracy to distribute and seize controlled substances against Anthony Leonardi, his brother Robert Leonardi, William Jr. Maxwell II, AKA Fatty Wap, Brian Sullivan and Kavan Wiggins.
Five of the accused have also been charged with drug trafficking and use of firearms.
Fatty Wap, a 30-year-old rapper from Patterson, New Jersey, allegedly was part of the group. He appeared in court this morning, and bail was denied. He has been remanded in custody pending trial.
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According to complaint documents obtained by MTO News, Fatty and his crew are accused of obtaining drugs on the West Coast and using drivers, including U.S. Postal Service and hidden car bogies, to transport controlled substances across the country to Suffolk County, where they were. Saved
“According to the complaint, the defendants transported, distributed and sold more than 100 kilograms of deadly and addictive drugs, including heroin and fentanyl, on Long Island, deliberately contributing to the opioid epidemic that destroyed our community and took many lives,” United said. State Attorney Brian Peace. “We will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to keep our neighborhoods safe.”
Fatty Wap has been described as a kilogram-level redistributor for trafficking agencies.
“The fact that we arrested a chart-topping rapper and a correctional officer as part of a conspiracy shows just how heinous the drug trade has become,” said Michael Driscoll of the FBI.
If convicted, Fatty and other defendants could face the maximum life sentence.