XXXTENTACION Murder Suspect Robert Allen Pleads Not Guilty: Report
The investigation surrounding XXXTENTACION's is still ongoing. At this point, authorities have apprehended three suspects while a third one is still at large. Each day, it feels like we've been getting more information pertaining to the case. Shortly after X's murder, the first suspect arrested, Dedrick D. Williams, plead not guilty the charges against him. Now, another one of the suspects have plead not guilty as well.
According to court documents obtained by Complex, Robert Allen has plead not guilty to the charges in XXXTENTACION's murder. Allen entered a plea deal on Tuesday after he was arrested for first-degree murder, robbery and drug possession charges. Additionally, Michael Boatwright, previously entered not guilty plea. However, he's also the same suspect who must undergo a mental examination in order to determine whether he's fit to stand trial.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Robert Allen was also on the verse of losing his lawyer in the case. His lawyer cited a conflict of interest for a reason to be withdrawn from the case. They said that they were already representing Dedrick Williams and had conversations with him in the past pertaining to the case. The office claimed that the "interests of Mr. Williams are adverse to the interest of Mr. Allen and this adverse interest should be the subject of effective cross-examination."