Yo Gotti’s Lawyer Denies Representing Young Dolph Murder Suspect

Yo Gotti’s Lawyer Denies Representing Young Dolph Murder Suspect



Yo Gotti’s lawyer Arthur Horne refuted tales claiming he’s representing Justin Johnson, who’s accused of killing Young Dolph.

Arthur Horne, the authorized counsel for Yo Gotti, isn’t representing one of many suspects within the Young Dolph homicide case.


Horne issued a press release denying any involvement with Young Dolph’s alleged killer Justin Johnson on Thursday (January 13).

Multiple tales have been published claiming Johnson was represented by Horne. Young Dolph was a longtime rival of Horne’s consumer Yo Gotti, prompting the lawyer to set the report straight.

“After studying just a few current articles, receiving quite a few cellphone calls and textual content messages from mates and colleagues, it has come to my consideration that my identify and my regulation agency have been related to a person who was lately arrested for the homicide of Adolph Thornton Jr. often known as Young Dolph,” the lawyer wrote. “At this time, I wish to dispel any rumors and/or misinformation that pertains to my illustration involving anybody charged within the homicide of Adolph Thornton Jr.”

Horne emphasised, “At no time have I now or ever been retained to symbolize any of the people arrested for the homicide of Young Dolph.”

Johnson, 23, and Cornelius Smith, 32, have been charged with first-degree homicide within the taking pictures loss of life of Young Dolph. Shundale Barnett, 27, was arrested for accent after the very fact to first-degree homicide for allegedly serving to Johnson evade the regulation.

Young Dolph was shot and killed in Memphis on November 17, 2021. He was 36.

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