As we reported this morning here on the website, Justin Credible was arrested in Waterbury, CT for third degree forgery and sixth degree larceny. He was charged back in August of last year, but arrested for them on May 3. He has a court date on June 21.
Credible released a statement on these recent legal issues. Credible calls us “d**chebags” and says it is a non-story. Alrighty then. Here is his explanation along with a video…
“This was something stemming from two years ago when my father was in Portugal on vacation and I cashed one of his checks that he told me I could cash. Then, went to check cashing and he forgot he gave me the authority, and then he cancelled it. So, it bounced on the check-cashing place. So, the warrant was out there. I had known about this for two years. I wanted to clear my name and I’m doing well and don’t want any legal shit, I turned myself into the police department on my own. No one was looking for me. Just to have my life straightened out, like I’m told to do in my AA program. So, I paid the cash-checking fee, which was a couple hundred dollars. I was in the police station for 20 minutes and all charges have been dropped.”