Young Jeezy was arrested in Atlanta Friday for battery, false imprisonment and making threats against his 17-year-old son Jadarius, TMZ reported Tuesday.
Court documents allege that in September of 2012 Jeezy got into a bathroom fight with Jadarius and threw him into to glass shower door causing him to hit his head. He then reportedly punched him in the face, dragged him into the bedroom, threw him on the bed and pummeled him.
Jeezy turned himself in to authorities after a grand jury issued a warrant for each charge. After he bonded out for $45,000, a source close to the singer said the allegations where far from the truth and that the whole thing has been orchestrated by his son's mother, Tenesha Dykes.
According to sources, the father and son did get into an intense argument in September 2012, but it was never violent. Insiders claim that Jeezy was reprimanding his son for his attitude and telling him he didn't want his friends at the house.
After Jadarius became belligerent the two started screaming at each other. The source also denied claims that Jeezy told his son "I will kill you ... I will put a bullet in your head right now," arguing that the singer's line was more along the lines of "I brought you into this world and I can take you out of it."
Sources stressed that Dykes was the mastermind behind the arrest, and that she's been brainwashing Jadarius to try to get money from Jeezy.