Rapper Big Sean scored a legal victory today (October 26) as sexual misconduct charges against him in Lewiston, New York were dropped. He was arrested in August on charges of sexual abuse and unlawful imprisonment after a female fan said he and an associate attempted to keep her against her will.
The District Attorney decided not to pursue the sexual misconduct allegations and instead, allowed the rapper to plead guilty to lesser charges.
“I am pleased to announce that after further investigation, the Niagra County District Attorney decided not to pursue any of the sexual misconduct allegations against Mr. Anderson,” Big Sean’s attorney Scott Leemon Esq. told AllHipHop. “As a result and in order to get the entire ordeal behind him, Mr. Anderson agreed to plead guilty to unlawful imprisonment, along with a $750 fine. Mr. Anderson regrets any miscommunication that day, but reiterates he didn’t engage in any type of misconduct.”