Juice WRLD’s former ally Lotti charged with drug possession and theft

Juice WRLD‘s ex-girlfriend Ally Lotti has landed in hot water over the weekend after being arrested and charged with drug possession and theft.

According to a jailer from the Crittenden County Sheriff’s Office in West Memphis, Arkansas, Ally Lotti (real name Alicia L. Leon) was arrested in the early hours of Saturday morning (January 14).

She was charged with possession of methamphetamine or cocaine with intent to deliver, possession of drugs and theft of property.

The 29-year-old Instagram model and influencer, who was jailed at the Crittenden County Detention Center, was released Saturday night after posting a $2,525 bond.

Ally Lotti was arrested along with Carter Jamison, who according to DJ Akademiks believed to be her partner. He was charged with theft of property and released without bond Saturday morning.

Lotti, who started dating Juice WRLD (real name Jarad Higgins) about 12 months before he died, was with the rapper at Chicago’s Midway International Airport on December 8, 2019, when he had a seizure after a private flight from California.

The “Lucid Dreams” hitmaker was then rushed by paramedics to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Ill., where he was pronounced dead. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office determined Juice WRLD’s Cause of Death to be accidentally overdosing on oxycodone and codeine.

last November, Ally Lotti posted a clip on social media claiming fans were wrong to believe her ex died of a drug overdose and suggested that there were other factors at play which have since been covered up.

“You guys are mad because I’m literally like, ‘Oh, blah blah blah, you think he died of an overdose.’ You’re wrong! you’re wrong!” she said. “Literally, you’re wrong, so suck a dick. OKAY? Suck a dick.”

She added: “There’s a lot of crap you guys don’t know that I was grieving myself while I let you guys grieve and talk crazy shit about me. I don’t care.”

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This wasn’t the first time Lotti made allegations surrounding Juice WRLD’s death as she implied something similar in June.

A day later, Juice WRLD’s cousin Millz, an original member of the rapper’s 999 collective, took to Instagram to call out Lotti and Juice’s record label for allegedly “controlling” and “manipulating” him before his death.

Millz, who runs the Instagram account The Abyss Brand, posted a series of messages accusing Juice’s ex and label of driving a wedge between the Chicago rapper and his close friends while exploiting him for his musical success with little concern for his well-being.

Millz didn’t specify which label he was talking about, but Juice was signed to Lil Bibby’sGrade A Productions imprint, along with Interscope Records, that signed him to a $3 million deal in 2017.

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