Update: Flesh–N-Bone Pleads Not Guilty To Gun Charges
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony rapper Flesh-N-Bone, born Stanley Howse, showed up to court yesterday (April 6) where his lawyer said that the gun found on his client last Thursday belonged to his police officer wife.
According to The Signal, Shephard Kopp argued F-N-B’s case to the court. “The gun was found in a closet inside a locked suitcase,” he said. “The gun belongs to Mr. Howse’s wife Isabel Flores, who is a Chicago Police Officer.”
Kopp said the firearm is registered and that F-N-B told authorities that it was his wife’s the time of his arrests. She is currently on leave from the CPD.
Judge Graciela Freixes set the Cleveland MC’s bail at $135,000 and ordered him back to court on April 16.
As previously reported F-N-B has a history of gun charges. In 2000 he was sentenced to 12 years in Pleasant Valley State prison for assault with an AK-47 rifle. He served close to 8 years and was released in July of ’08. – Elan Mancini