Flesh-N-Bone Pleads Not Guilty

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony colleague faces charges of possessing loaded gun and making terrorist threat.

Rapper Flesh-N-Bone, who works with Cleveland soul-rappers Bone

Thugs-N-Harmony, pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles Thursday (Jan. 6)

to charges of possessing a loaded shotgun and making a terrorist threat,

a spokesperson for the Los Angeles district attorney said. The rapper,

born Stanley Howse, was arrested Jan. 3 following an argument at his

sister-in-law's house, according to Reuters. He is due back in

court Jan. 28. Flesh-N-Bone, who grew up with the members of Bone Thugs

and has appeared on their albums, spent 24 days in jail two years ago

after pleading no contest to charges of assault and possession of explosives.