Lontrell “Pooh Shiesty” Williams, a Memphis artist, surrendered to authorities in July. Pooh Shiesty was said to be involved in a shooting incident. Pooh Shiesty surrendered shortly after hearing that the police had an arrest warrant against him.
According to XXL Magazine, Williams was accused of shooting a security guard. The alleged occurrence took place during Memorial Day weekend. There is genuine video evidence of the event. Despite the fact that the video footage does not clearly indicate who fired the shot, authorities obtained an arrest warrant for him. His career was just beginning to take off. However, his career came to a screeching halt after this incident.
Nonetheless, if found guilty, Williams will face some severe penalties. Originally, Williams was supposed to appear in court on December 19th. However, according to The Source, Williams switched his mind about the delay. And attorneys for both sides agree. As a result, William’s hearing has been rescheduled for October 25th. A four-count federal indictment had been brought against him. The maximum possible sentence for WILLIAMS is life imprisonment.
From what I’ve seen, I don’t think Williams will get much time. Of course, there are aspects of the case that are problematic for Williams. His showing off hundred-dollar bills on Instagram and a Louis Vuitton bag with over $40,000 in cash might be the nail in his coffin.