XXXTENTACION's Murder Suspect Pleads for Jail Release Over Fear of Contracting Coronavirus

Dedrick D. Williams, one of four suspects indicted for the 'Sad!' rapper's murder, has written a letter to Judge Michael A. Usan, claiming that his immune system is very weak.

AceShowbiz - One of XXXTENTACION's murder suspects fears he'll die behind bars from coronavirus.

Dedrick D. Williams is one of four suspects to have been indicted for the rapper's murder, and he's written a letter to Judge Michael A. Usan claiming he's afraid of contracting Covid-19 because his immune system is very weak.

According to TMZ, he wrote, "I am sending you this letter to save my life," alleging a deputy at the Broward County main jail infected an inmate with the deadly virus, and insisting he's afraid because nobody's being tested at the jail.

Williams says he's being held behind bars because he violated probation but swears he's innocent of his involvement in the rapper's murder. He's asking the judge to grant him bail until the pandemic blows over.

He's been behind bars for 21 months, and is banking on his history with the judge to work in his favour, with arrest records revealing he has at least 11 felonies under his belt. He added: "Since the age of 17 I've had you as a judge. I am now 24. Never have I missed court or failed a drug test since being in your courtroom."

He finished the letter by saying, "I hope that you and your family are safe as well."

Derrick, along with Michael Boatwright, Trayvon Newsome and Robert Allen, were all indicted by a grand jury for first-degree murder, after XXXTENTACION, real name Jahseh Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy, was gunned down in June, 2018 as he was leaving a motorcycle dealership in South Florida. He was 20.

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