When trying to keep it “real” goes left….
A Wayne County judge ruled Tuesday that Snapchat videos of Trey Songz making vulgar statements about police can be use in the case against him for allegedly assaulting a Detroit officer.
Trey Songz, aka Tremaine Neverson, is accused of assaulting a Detroit police officer during a concert on Dec. 28, 2016 at Joe Louis Arena. His charges include one count of assaulting a police officer causing Injury, and one count of aggravated assault.
Wayne County Circuit Judge Lawrence Talon ruled on Tuesday that Snapchat videos of Trey Songz saying “F*** the police” can be used in the case against Neverson.
It’s alleged that Neverson was performing when he said he was told he had to end his show at a certain time or his microphone would be cut. According to video recorded by concert-goers, Neverson then threatened to “go crazy” if that happened.
Fun fact.. Early this year, A September trial date was set Thursday by a local judge for entertainer Trey Songz, whose real name is Tremaine Neverson, on charges that he assaulted a Detroit police officer and damaged property during a concert in Detroit late last year.