Casanova Pleads Guilty to Racketeering Conspiracy, Drug Charges!
A year later, Casanova is still being held in police custody has pleaded guilty in a federal racketeering case. He has been accused of having a “leadership role” in the Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation Bloods Gang.
CelebnMusic247.com has received word via reports that Casanova pleaded guilty to one count of “conspiring to conduct and participate in the conduct of the affairs of a criminal enterprise through a pattern of racketeering activity” and another count of “conspiring to distribute over 100 kilograms of marijuana.”
Caswell Senior, best known as New York rapper Casanova admitted with his guilty plea to shooting at someone “with whom he was having a gambling dispute” at a Florida party in July 2020. He originally was facing up to 15 years, but it appears things have changed.
In addition, He admitted to participation in marijuana trafficking and a 2018 robbery.
Casanova is Facing 5 to 60 Years Behind Bars
The maximum prison sentence of the two counts is 60 years, with a mandatory minimum of five years in prison. Sentencing is scheduled to take place on December 6.
Original Story: New legal details have surfaced in Casanova’s case. According to reports, the 35-year-old rapper has pleaded not guilty to an attempted murder charge he’s facing. However, despite his not guilty plea, Casanova’s co-defendant in the case – Jarrett “Jayecee” Crisler, who is accused of shooting two people – is allegedly working on a plea deal with prosecutors.
AllHipHop reports, the United States Attorney Damian Williams shared:
The defendant [Jarrett Crisler] and the government have reached a tentative agreement. The parties are working to finalize the plea in this matter.
Casanova’s arraignment took place earlier this week, where he pleaded not guilty to the new charges.
I have been given a copy of the indictment containing the charges against me and have reviewed with my attorney. After consultation with my attorney, I wish to plead not guilty.
As previously reported, New York native Casanova, born Caswell Senior, has been in police custody for almost a year after being accused of taking part in a gang-related racketeering case.