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Offset’s attorney, Drew Findling spoke with TMZ. He told them, “Mr. Cephus tendered $160.92 to repair the phone screen — the full cost of the repair — and clearly indicating the warrant should never have been issued as a felony in the first place.”
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Findling revealed to TMZ that the judge set the felony warrant aside. For the incident in which he broke a fan’s phone.