He eventually addressed the video after being fired from VH1 due to the incident. During several interviews including TMZ, Ceaser accused his ex-girlfriend of leaking the video after their break up; something she denied on social media.
Ceaser admitted it was him in the video beating the dog, but claimed it was due to his dogs viciously attacking each other. Atlanta animal protection got wind of the video footage then opened an animal cruelty investigation. The investigation subsequently led to authorities filing a warrant for his arrest this week. News which was first reported by journalists Dennis Byron.
Ceaser was reportedly ordered to turn himself in before the weekend completed. The charges of animal cruelty is a felony that’s punishable to up to 5 year in prison if convicted.
According to further research it is being reported, Ceaser’s attorney has spoken out claiming he would be surrendering and fully cooperating with authorities.
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