G. Dep Pleads Not Guilty In Nearly 20-Year-Old Murder Case

Rapper G. Dep pleaded not guilty for murder charges in a Manhattan court room on Thursday (January 13), weeks after turning himself in to authorities and confessing to a shooting from 17 years ago. According to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), the rapper’s attorney Anthony Ricco said his client (real name: Trevell Coleman) still stands by his earlier story that he shot the victim, John Henkel, in 1993…
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G. Dep Officially Indicted On Murder Charge, Diddy Comments On Rapper’s Situation

Former Bad Boy artist, G. Dep, was officially indicted on second-degree murder charges on Tuesday (December 21), days after confessing to a murder from 17 years earlier. The rapper’s lawyer, Michael Alperstein, told the New York Daily News on Tuesday that his client’s shocking confession was part of a 12-step Narcotics Anonymous detox program, where he was making amends for his past. “The power of the 12-step program…
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G. Dep Arrested After Confessing To 1993 Murder, Claims He Didn’t Know Man Died

Former Bad Boy Records recording artist, G. Dep, was arrested last week on murder charges, after confessing to fatally shooing a man nearly 20 years ago. Apparently, the rapper (real name: Trevell Coleman) walked into the 25th precinct in Harlem and confessed to killing a man back in 1993, reports the New York Post. “I shot and killed someone 17 years ago,” Dep reportedly told an officer at the precinct…
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