Brandon Christopher Ramsay, 25, pleaded guilty Tuesday to four counts of pimping and pandering, and one count each of human trafficking and assault with a firearm, all felonies.
One of the victims, who was 19, met Ramsay during a music video production, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office. He assaulted her with a gun and choked her at least twice, prosecutors said.
Ramsay generated headlines in January when he alleged that Chicago rapper Chief Keef was the culprit behind a home-invasion robbery of Ramsay, according to Anaheim police Sgt. Daron Wyatt.
Wyatt’s department was involved in an undercover task force operation in February in which Ramsay was busted for pimping.
Previously, LAPD officials said the home-invasion robbery took place in Chatsworth on Jan. 19.
Residents at the Chatsworth home where the robbery occurred told LAPD several men armed with firearms entered the house, physically assaulted them and took property before escaping.
Ramsay took to Instagram soon after the incident to post a video saying Chief Keef — who lived in Woodland Hills at the time — and others took cash and a Rolex during the robbery.
The producer also accused Chief Keef — real name Keith Cozart — of pistol-whipping him with an AK-47 assault rifle, and posted photos depicting bruises, swelling and a sprained arm from the attack.
source: daily news