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The attention-grabbing trial of Young Thug has resumed in a courtroom in Atlanta, Georgia, after a codefendant was stabbed in jail.

On December 10, Young Slime Life co-defendant Shannon Stillwell was stabbed “multiple times” by a fellow inmate at the Fulton County Jail.

While Stillwell is in “stable condition” according to the county sheriff, the event led to Ural Glanville dismissing the court a few days early ahead of the planned holiday break.

“While I am not at liberty to discuss Shannon’s current location, I am able to confirm that he is recovering and getting stronger every day,” Stillwell’s attorney Max Schardt told Atlanta News First in a statement. “Shannon appreciates the well wishes of so many. We look forward to being back in court when the trial resumes on Jan. 2.”

The cause of the fight was unknown and Stillwell was housed separately from his co-defendants following the altercation. He returned to court alongside Young Thug on Tuesday.

In May 2022, Young Thug, real name Jeffery Williams, was arrested and charged in a sprawling RICO indictment along with 27 other defendants.

According to prosecutors, the gang is responsible for multiple violent crimes, including murders, shootings, carjackings and racketeering. The judge has allowed prosecutors to submit song lyrics as evidence, a controversial legal method that analysts have discredited.

Young Thug denies the accusations and insists YSL is simply his record label – Young Stoner Life.

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