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Pooh Shiesty’s Alleged Victim No Longer Wants To Charge

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Pooh Shiesty’s legal issues have taken a new turn with his alleged victim reportedly wanting to recant his prior statement.

This develop has caused Sheisty’s lawyers to file a new motion according to TMZ. On Tuesday, attorneys Bradford Cohen and Saam Zangeneh filed the motion. In the testimony, according to the report, the guard said he was given a strong painkiller when he was taken to a hospital on the night of the Miami incident. The guard is also said to have told Shiesty’s legal team that he doesn’t remember anything about the night in question, including giving his initial statement to authorities.

The guard reportedly has no interest in pressing charges, with Tuesday’s update on the incident stating that the incident at the club could potentially have been caused by a fan system that fell in a nearby garage. Furthermore, per TMZ, the guard reportedly “doesn’t recall Pooh aiming at him or even shooting at him.”