INSANE CLOWN POSSE Member Receives Probation In Assault Case

INSANE CLOWN POSSE member Violent J received 12 months of unsupervised probation in St. Louis Circuit Court on Wednesday, February 6th, stemming from an altercation outside radio station KPNT 105.7 last February. According to Allstar, the assault was the result of a long-running dispute between Violent J and a local DJ named Cookie, who allegedly made disparaging remarks on air about ICP. After confronting the DJ, Violent J was involved in a scuffle between members of the POSSE and the DJ and his security guard in the station's parking lot. Although Violent J was not arrested at the scene, he later ignored an arrest warrant for two counts of misdemeanor assault, resulting in his arrest outside a Columbia, Mo., concert venue last June. The rapper pled guilty, and as a part of his sentence he is forbidden to have any contact with the victims of the assault.


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