Troy Ave Formally Charged In Concert Shooting But Not For Murder

He was indicted on five other counts, though

Troy Ave won't be charged with murder for his role in a shooting at a New York City concert venue last month that left one dead and three injured.

According to TMZ, the Brooklyn native was indicted by a grand jury on one count of attempted second-degree murder and four counts of criminal possession of a weapon. A friend of Troy's, Ronald "Banga" McPhatter, was killed during the shooting, which took place at Irving Plaza in Manhattan during a concert headlined by T.I.

On security camera footage released to the public, Troy was seen firing a weapon, though his attorney, Scott Leemon, has insisted the clip left out important parts of the incident.

“It wasn’t complete,” he said in early June. “You don’t know what happened before. You don’t know what happened after. And, more importantly, you don’t know what happened outside that little frame. It’s not the whole story.”

Troy addressed the shooting for the first time on his mixtape Free Troy Ave, released earlier his month. He's currently being held without bail, though Leemon will reportedly ask the judge to reconsider at the next hearing.