C-Murder Allowed to Leave Home to Promote Album
A Louisiana judge ruled on Tuesday (March 13) that Corey “C-Murder” Miller may occasionally leave the residence where he is currently under house arrest to continue his recording career. According New Orleans’ Times-Picayune, Judge Martha Sassone will allow the rapper to leave his grandmother’s home in Kenner, LA to work, provided he advise her beforehand of the exact time and location of his trips. C-Murder is currently awaiting re-trial on a charge of second degree murder in the 2002 shooting death of 16 year-old Steve Thomas at the Platinum Club in nearby Harvey, LA. On March 1, the same judge granted him permission to sit for interviews in support of his new album Screamin’ 4 Vengeance, which hits stores on March 20. While Judge Sassone agreed to ease some of the restrictions in place under the terms of the house arrest, she denied a request by Miller’s attorney, Ron Rakosky, to allow his client to leave home four days a week from 7 a.m. through 9 p.m. Rakosky explained that Miller wanted to use that time to help his wife look for a new home in Baton Rouge, and travel to Tammany Parish to work in a recording studio.