ASAP Rocky: A complete timeline of rapper's assault case - BBC News
ASAP Rocky and his co-accused are found guilty of assault in Sweden, a month after his arrest.
The rapper spent most of July behind bars in Sweden after a violent incident on the streets of Stockholm between him, his entourage and two unknown men.
It was eventful - from rumours he was being held in terrible conditions, to accusations of "systemic racism" and even a minor political scuffle on Twitter between the President of the United States and Swedish politicians.
ASAP was arrested at the start of July and on 14 August, a jury found him guilty of assault and gave him a suspended sentence.
Here's a complete timeline of what happened inbetween.
30 June 2019: Fight in Stockholm
ASAP Rocky is in Sweden to perform at Smash festival, but while walking through the country's capital a few days later a fight breaks out on the street near the Max Burger chain.
3 July: ASAP Rocky arrested
ASAP Rocky (real name Rakim Mayers) and two members of his entourage - Bladimir Corniel and David Rispers - are arrested in Sweden on 3 July 2019, accused of aggravated assault.
The previous day, ASAP had posted videos on Instagram showing two men following him and his entourage around Stockholm.