Rapper Jeffery Lamar Williams, more popularly known as “Young Thug,” was arrested Wednesday morning at his house by a U.S. Marshals task force for making “terroristic threats.”
The charges stem from a June incident at the Perimeter Mall in Dunwoody, Georgia.
According to the arrest warrant, the “accused commit[ed] the offense of TERRORISTIC THREATS, for that the accused threatened to shoot the victim in the face with the purpose of terrorizing Mr. Chris May.”
May is the director of security at the mall, and the threat came after being told to leave the mall.
Thug is currently being held at the Dekalb County Jail.