Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón reported on Thursday that his office recorded an endeavored murder allegation against Isaiah Lee, a similar man accused of going after Dave Chappelle at the Hollywood Bowl recently.
Lee, 23, faces one count of endeavored murder for supposedly cutting his flatmate in December. He argued not blameworthy and will get back to court on June 2.
“The exposure produced by the assault on Mr. Chappelle assisted police with settling this wrongdoing,” said Gascón.
As indicated by the District Attorney’s assertion, the wounding casualty perceived Lee from the inclusion of Chappelle’s assault and the police utilized this data to find him.
Chappelle was approaching the finish of his exhibition at the Netflix Is a Joke Festival on May 3 when Lee purportedly bounced on the stage and went after the 48-year-old entertainer.
Lee was subsequently found in a video outside the setting on a cot with a twisted elbow, and was apparently taken to the clinic for “shallow wounds.” Chappelle was not harmed.
The following day, Chappelle’s rep let ET know that the joke artist “is completely helping out the dynamic police examination concerning this episode.”
At an exhibition a couple of days after the fact, an onlooker said Chappelle addressed Lee Tuesday night not long after the supposed assault however not long before he was pulled away by police.
Chappelle claims Lee let him know the assault was tied in with definitely standing out for his grandma, who had been constrained out of her area because of improvement.
Lee’s new endeavored murder case stays being scrutinized by the Los Angeles Police Department.