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Last month, Rick Ross was arrested for the charges of kidnapping, assault and battery, after he and his bodyguard — Nadrian Jame — were accused of assaulting two individuals during a party in Ross’ estate. On Wednesday, the MMG honcho was granted bond after he put his $5 million mansion up to do it. The deal was made with a Fayette County judge: if the conditions of his bond are violated by intimidating a witness or obstructing justice, Rozay will have to give his home up — according to Atlanta Journal-Constitution. TMZ also reports that Ross was freed on a $2 million bond (but will have to wear a GPS ankle monitor) from money that came from $1 million equity on two of his homes, a $500,000 surety bond and also $500,000 in cash. So far, the Fayette County’s Sheriff office has not yet given any comment on this. Watch the videos below for more details; we’ll keep you updated.