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Bizzy Bone Cleared

Bizzy Bone found innocent of assault on Ohio student barber

January 27, 1999 12:00 AM ET

On Monday, January 25th, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's Bizzy Bone was found not to be guilty of assault and disorderly conduct in Columbus, Ohio. Bizzy, who had allegedly dragged a barber school student down a flight of stairs for spreading rumors about him, was found innocent after four days of testimony. The defense maintained that Bizzy's bodyguards, who were not charged, were responsible for most of the injuries inflicted upon the complainant, Terrance Harden, and that Bizzy was only minorly involved in his physical abuse. Harden's lawyer, Robert Caplan, says they still intend on filing a civil suit against the rapper and his bodyguards.

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