Webbie Claims His Girlfriend Trashed His House And Stole His Jewelry

Webbie and his girlfriend had another fight and this time his ex could be the one in trouble. (AllHipHop News) Webbie and his girlfriend recently had another fight and this time his ex could be the one going to jail. According to reports, Webbie’s girlfriend trashed his house in Georgia and caused thousands of dollars in damage, in addition to stealing some of this property. Webbie filed a police report claiming the pair had an argument and the woman went ballistic and ruined his soundboard for recording and two iPhone. She also stole the keys to his van and a $5,000 necklace. So far, police have to to file charges, according to TMZ.com. The news comes on the heels of Webbie’s arrest beating up his ex-girlfriend, whipping her with a belt, strangling her and breaking her nose. The rapper faces felony charges for aggravated battery with a weapon, and domestic abuse.
(FreshAsFrankie) Webbie and his girlfriend recently had another fight and this time his ex could be the one going to jail.

According to reports, Webbie’s girlfriend trashed his house in Georgia and caused thousands of dollars in damage, in addition to stealing some of this property.

Webbie filed a police report claiming the pair had an argument and the woman went ballistic and ruined his sound board for recording and two iPhone.

She also stole the keys to his van and a $5,000 necklace. So far, police have to file charges, according to TMZ.com.

The news comes on the heels of Webbie’s arrest beating up his ex-girlfriend, whipping her with a belt, strangling her and breaking her nose.

The rapper faces felony charges for aggravated battery with a weapon, and domestic abuse.

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