A Miami rapper is accused of punching a 50-year-old man in front of his son during a clash in a South Florida family gallery.
Courtney Paul Wilson, whose stage name is ABGM Spitta, was arrested on Thursday for an aggravated battery charge, causing personal injury, according to Broward County jail records.
The surveillance video captured Wilson punching the man on October 13 at Off the Wall, a Davie trampoline and trampoline park. The man fell to the ground and was unconscious for a short time, the investigators said. He told investigators that Wilson accused him of taking his playing card, which had been left in a machine, and putting it in his pocket.
Courtney Paul Wilson, also known as ABGM Spitta, PaperChasin Spitta and Alley Boy, was arrested for allegedly punching a man in a gallery.
(Broward County Sheriff)
Davie Police posted Wilson's photo on social media on Wednesday, after investigators said they identified him as the person in the video. In an effort to seek public assistance in Wilson's location, police pointed to an "official video clip" posted on Wilson's YouTube playing a song called "Ambitions of a THUG".
South Florida's SunSentinel reports that Wilson has a prolific presence on Instagram, YouTube, Spotify and online music sites. Police told the newspaper that he is also known as PaperChasin Spitta and Alley Boy.
A Wilson lawyer was not listed in court records