G-Eazy was reportedly released from a Swedish jail on Friday (May 4). As reported by The Blast, G-Eazy’s Swedish lawyer, Mikael Westerlund, said the Beautiful & Damned rapper was convicted on charges of assault, possession and use of narcotics.
The consequences of the conviction have not been disclosed but Westerlund did confirm G-Eazy was a “free man.”
The 28-year-old was arrested early Thursday morning (May 3) at a club in Stockholm, shortly after he’d finished performing a show. Due to his reportedly “belligerent” behavior, the club’s security guards asked him to calm down but G-Eazy started throwing punches.
Once police arrived on the scene, they found him in possession of 1.5 grams of cocaine and a rolled up $100 bill.
G-Eazy told Swedish police he purchased and used drugs, and admitted to punching a security guard in the face.
Westerlund says his client plans on leaving Sweden immediately.
The European run of the Beautiful & Damned Tour is expected to resume on May 6 in Copenhagen.