YSL Defendant Injured During Confrontation with Deputy, Attorney Says

One of the defendants in the YSL RICO trial was allegedly injured during a scuffle with a Fulton County deputy before he was transferred to the

courthouse for Monday’s proceedings, an attorney representing the defendant claims, according to Hastings Tribune. “I will be filing a formal complaint against the

[sheriff’s office] because they are agitating my client on purpose and when he gets to court agitated, they act like they don’t know what’s going on,” Angela D’Williams, who is

representing Rodalius Ryan, told the newspaper. D’Williams said her client suffered injuries to his legs, hands and head. More from Rolling StoneAn 11th Victim Has Died From

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was being evaluated by medical staff. “He was punched in the head and he did fall on the sidewalk. I wanted him to be checked for a concussion,” D’Williams claimed.

While awaiting transport, Ryan allegedly spit in the back of the patrol car, according to an incident report obtained by WBS-TV, per the Tribune. When Deputy Kandakai Morris

allegedly told Ryan to stop spitting and that he would have to clean it up, Ryan replied “I’m not cleaning up s***,” and spit again, hitting Morris in the face with his spit,

according to the report.