Police charged rapper Afroman with home invasion in his music video Earlier this month, police handed over Shawn D. Cooley, Justin Cooley, Michael D. Estep, Shawn D.
Grooms, Brian Newland, Lisa Phillips and Randolph L. Walters, Jr. in Adams County, Ohio, filed a lawsuit against Afroman accusing the rapper. and others, including its registered brands, use user profiles for commercial purposes.
According to court records, detectives searched Afroman’s home last August “pursuant to a lawful search warrant”.
According to the warrant, the investigation was conducted as part of an investigation into the use and trafficking of narcotics and kidnapping.
After the raid, the Adams County District Attorney’s office said agents did not find enough criminal evidence and Afroman was not charged.
During the war, Afroman, real name Joseph Edgar Foreman, was not at home, but his wife was.
Afroman’s wife also recorded part of the attack on her phone, and a security video camera installed in her home captured part of the search, including the faces and bodies of several of the officers involved.