As of this moment, A$AP Rocky is officially back on American soil, courtesy of LAX in Los Angeles.
His case has fueled a diplomatic quarrel after repeated interventions from US President Donald Trump's administration.
The Stockholm District Court released A$AP Rocky, David Rispers Jr. and Bladimir Corniel until August 14, when a verdict is expected.
Prosecutors asked the judge to impose a 6-month jail sentence for Rocky, claiming he should be punished for throwing a bottle at the alleged victim, Mustafa Jafari. Rocky, David Rispers and Bladimir Corniel are now on their way back to the US, according to a US State Department official.
In Rocky's lawyer's closing statement, he says the rapper's action were not premeditated and the evidence backs it up.
A$AP Rocky, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, has been detained for a month now, since Jul. 2, after being accused of assaulting a 19-year-old man.
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One of the tactics used by the United States government in an attempt to advocate for A$AP Rocky?
Recently, news surfaced that A$AP Rocky would be released from jail following the last day of his trial for assault in Stockholm, Sweden.
A high-profile court case of USA rapper A$AP Rocky over an alleged assault in Sweden has entered its final day on Friday, with testimonies from witnesses and final statements to be heard.
"Me and my crew told them that, listen, don't go where we are going, go the other way, we don't want any trouble", Mayers said. "We said, 'Look man, we don't want to fight y'all". He said Jafari, whom he described as "hostile", "swung with [a] closed fist" but that the "punch didn't land", according to media reports emanating from the courtroom.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven heard an appeal from Trump in July, but said he couldn't interfere in a legal case.