The following is an excerpt from a new article from CliffViewPilot.com:

EXCLUSIVE (ONLY ON CVP): A good Samaritan who tried to stop rapper Juelz Santana as he was beating his girlfriend told a judge today that he had to move from their Englewood neighborhood out of fear.

Santana “threatened me with death. He said he was going to kill me,” the neighbor told Superior Court Judge James Guida, who sentenced the co-founder of The Dipsets and The Skull Gang to two years’ probation today.

The incident with Santana, whose real name is Laron James, “has caused problems in my marriage [and] my personal life,” the man said through an interpreter. “I had to move out of fear. I pay more rent now. I’ve been having problems with my wife.

“I don’t know if I did the right thing or not by calling the police that day. I saw him assaulting the girl very badly,” he told the judge. As a result, “all these problems happened.”

Santana, who released the mixtape “God Will’n” last week and is scheduled for a Dipsets reunion concert in March, avoided prison through a deal with prosecutors that substantially reduced his potential sentence.

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