According to court documents obtained by CNN, Grammy-winning rapper Young Thug has been named in the 56-Count Gang.
Jeffrey Lamar Williams, who is playing the role of a young thug, was arrested Monday at his home in Atlanta, according to police. He was charged in Fulton County Jail with conspiracy to commit a violation of the Rector’s Influential and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) and involvement in criminal street gang activities.
According to the indictment, Williams, along with 27 associates of the enterprise Young Slim Life, were involved in “illegally acquiring money and property through a pattern of recreational activity together and with others for common purposes. Was conspiring to enter the enterprise. Pattern of fraudulent activity. ”
Williams’ alleged accomplices in the indictment include fellow rapper Guna, whose real name is Sergio Kitchens. According to the indictment, Kitchen has also been charged with conspiracy to violate RICO. The kitchen was not in police custody until Tuesday morning, police said.
In the indictment, prosecutors said Williams, along with two other defendants, founded the gang YSL in late 2012 and claimed affiliation with the National Bloods Gang.
Other alleged members of the YSL Enterprise have been charged with felony criminal mischief, including murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and armed robbery. The alleged crimes date back to early 2013.
In a statement to CNN-affiliated WSB, Williams’ attorney Brian Steele said, “The answer to any charge is that Mr. Williams did not commit any crime and we will fight to the last drop of our blood to clean it up.”
Williams is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday, according to Flatton County Sheriff’s Office Tracy Flanagan.
CNN’s Jason Morris contributed to this report.