Remy Ma Accused of Witness Intimidation, Facing New Charges
Remy Ma, who is currently free on bail on charges of attempted murder, assault and weapons possession, now stands accused of witness intimidation. According to website TMZ.com, authorities in New York believe Remy encouraged a group of associates to assault the boyfriend of a potential witness in her shooting case at the Players Club in her home borough of the Bronx. The alleged incident took place on August 19 and left the unidentified man with a fractured face and his friend in the hospital for a week. Edison Alban, a spokesman for the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, told TMZ that Remy is now facing additional charges of gang assault, tampering with a witness, intimidating a victim and third-degree assault. The former first lady of TS was originally arrested following the July 14 shooting of her friend Makeda Barnes-Joseph during a dispute over missing money. The Manhattan District Attorney’s office has yet to indict her on any of the original charges. Remy is due in court on September 20 for a review of her bail privileges.