Jeezy's camp has denied reports of a fight between him and his 17-year-old son Jadarius, according to TMZ.
Yesterday (January 7), it was reported that Jeezy was arrested in Atlanta for battery, false imprisonment and making terroristic threats against his son for an incident that occurred September 2012.
Jeezy's camp denies a fight took place, says TMZ. According to the publication, Jeezy's camp says these claims have been fabricated by his son's mother, Tenesha Dykes.
TMZ's sources say that Jeezy and his son argued in September 2012, an argument that began when Jeezy reportedly spoke with his son about his attitude and said he did not wish for his son to live at his home any longer. Jeezy's camp says the rapper and his son did scream at one another, but that Jeezy never choked, hit or dragged his son, as the court documents state he did, as per TMZ. Jeezy's camp acknowledges that the rapper shoved his son to the ground during the argument when "Jadarius got in his face."
Jeezy's camp also says that the "terroristic threats" were not made by the rapper. Instead, Jeezy's camp says the rapper told his son something similar to, "I brought you into this world and I can take you out of it."
As reported yesterday, Jeezy was arrested for his involvement in a fight with his son, according to documents found by TMZ. During the fight, Jeezy allegedly threw his son into a glass shower door, punched his son in the face and dragged him into a bedroom. Jeezy also allegedly choked his son and said, "I will kill you." TMZ's report also says that court documents claim Jeezy said, "I will put a bullet in your head right now," and, "If I could get away with it, I would kill you."
Jeezy reportedly turned himself in to law enforcement after a warrant was issued for each charge on the case.