XXXTentacion's Domestic Violence Case Dropped Following His Death

XXXTentation's domestic violence case involving his ex-girlfriend, Geneva Ayala, who claimed he abused her when she was pregnant with his child, has been dropped, according to TMZ.

On Friday (August 3), TMZ reported that he is posthumously off the hook for allegedly abusing his former flame. The charges were dropped at a court hearing this week in Florida due to the rapper's murder. In case you needed a refresher, the rapper was awaiting trial for his domestic violence case against Ayala. He was also facing multiple counts of witness tampering because prosecutors believed he convinced Ayala to not testify against him. Those charges will also reportedly be dropped as well. Despite their tumultuous relationship, Ayala was devastated about the news of XXXTentation's murder. "Everyone expecting me to be relieved or happy?! No, I'm broken," she tweeted.

As of last week, another one of the rapper's alleged murder suspects had been arrested. According to the report, Robert Allen was arrested in rural Georgia and was being held in Dodge County. Jail records indicated that the Marshals Fugitive Task Force found the 22-year-old at his sister's home in Eastman, GA. Authorities revealed that his sibling was cooperative when they showed up to make the arrest at her residence. 

Allen was previously named a person of interest because he was caught on camera outside of the motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida, where the rapper was located just minutes before his murder. However, Allen was indicted by a grand jury two weeks ago for first-degree murder and armed robbery with a firearm. He was joined by Michael Boatwright and Dedrick Williams, who are all facing charges in the rapper's murder investigation. Trayvon Newsome, who authorities have named as a triggerman in the murder, is the only suspect still at large.

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