Caught in the Groove
Hold onto your hats, folks, ’cause we’ve got one wild tale unfolding in the heart of Houston hip-hop scene. Lee Carter, better known as Viper, the 52-year-old rapper, has found himself in a bit of a pickle. Last week, the man got slapped with charges of aggravated kidnapping, and here’s the scoop: he supposedly kept a pregnant woman hostage in his garage for over four years.
Chaos in Carter’s Crib
Imagine this: you roll up to Carter’s place, and it’s like stepping into a twisted reality show. The garage is straight out of a horror movie – a janky toilet, a mattress swimming in vomit, and a random assortment of diapers, chips, and Twinkies scattered around. Oh, and did I mention the lock on the inside of the garage door? Classy.
A Less-Than-Stellar Discovery
The woman they found inside wasn’t exactly living her best life. Wearing clothes that hadn’t seen a washing machine in ages, weighing in at a shockingly low 70 pounds, and rocking a two-month stink, she somehow managed to send a text to 911 from Carter’s laptop, crying for help.
From a Buck to a Nightmare
According to her, this twisted saga began when Carter, being the knight in shining armor, threw her a whole dollar bill. Fast forward a bit, and bam – she’s allegedly locked up in his garage. Carter’s lawyer, George Powell, though, is singing a different tune, claiming it was all love and consensual. They even have a little tot together. Cue the soap opera drama.
Viper’s Beats and Social Media Heat
Let’s not forget Viper’s day job – making beats in the cloud rap game. He’s got albums, mixtapes, and a Spotify hit that’s bumped 1.6 million times. But amidst the beats, he’s facing some heavy allegations. Post-arrest, he’s yelling his innocence on social media, promising he’ll come out of this smelling like roses.
Fashionably Late Arrest
Getting Carter behind bars wasn’t a quick job. The dude wasn’t home when the woman hit up 911 in April, and it took the cops nearly nine months to track him down. A real-life cat-and-mouse game.
Baby Drama and Hospital Hijinks
Now, about that alleged pregnancy when they first crossed paths – it’s a mystery. Carter’s lawyer is clueless, and the Houston Police are doing their best detective work to fill in the blanks.
Escape Attempts and Drama Galore
The woman claims she pulled some Houdini moves, trying to escape whenever Carter brought her inside for a quick scrub. She even broke a window once for attention, but somehow ended up back with Carter after a hospital stint. Dude supposedly boarded up the windows to keep her from making a run for it.
In the grand scheme of hip-hop headlines, this one’s painting a seriously offbeat picture. Stay tuned, ’cause this Houston hip-hop saga is far from over.