Jagged Edge Singer Kyle Norman Reportedly Arrested Again
The troubled singer, who has previously admitted to having problems with alcohol abuse, was reportedly arrested for family violence and battery. Norman is now reportedly facing jail time for cruelty to children in the third degree for allowing a minor to witness violence – a charge that carries a maximum 12 month sentence.
This isn't the first time that Norman has been involved in such an incident. Back in January 2015, arrested on charges of aggravated assault against his then-fiancée (now wife),Marikka Maria, who called police after he allegedly attacked her. His now-wife was left with welts under her eyes, a golf ball-sized knot on her upper left forehead, a cut on her nose and a burst blood clot in her eye. Maria alleged Norman punched and choked her with a scarf before shoving her engagement ring down her throat and continued to choke her, telling her that she was going to "die today."
The singer and his wife later appeared on Steve Harvey's day time talk show, and he said that he was sober and things were much better between the two as they were moving forward. Norman eventually reached a plea deal keeping him out of jail, but was required to serve 15 years of probation and community service for aggravated assault and 10 years for the false imprisonment charge.
But Norman was arrested again in February 2016 and charged with battery and family violence. However, in April Bossip reports he made a deal, pleading guilty to disorderly conduct. Then on Sept. 5, cops arrested and charged Norman with obstruction of officers, criminal trespass, battery, family violence and cruelty to the children in the third degree.
On Nov. 2 Norman was arrested again for violating his probation, though he was released two days later. An on November 4, his probation officer reportedly filed documents explaining Norman disregarded the terms of his probation and demanded it be revoked by the judge.
The details of Norman's most recent arrest have not yet been filed in court, according to Bossip.