[News] Polo Grounds Music CEO Bryan Leach Pleads Guilty to Attempted Gun Possession

September 25, 2012

Bryan Leach faces two years in prison after copping a plea.

Bryan Leach, credited with discovering Lil Jon, the Ying Yang Twins, and Pitbull, pleaded guilty to attempted gun possession.

NYPost.com reports that the deal, which was made on Monday (September 24) in Manhattan, will put Leach in prison for two years.

The former TVT Records executive and founder of Polo Grounds Music was stopped by police in 2010 for driving erratically in New York.

Inside the 2006 Bentley Continental's console was a Kel-Tec handgun loaded with hollow-point bullets.

Leach pleaded to a single, reduced count of attempted weapons possession in the second degree. He had been charged with two counts of weapons possession.

In 2011, Leach signed A$AP Rocky to a $3 million record deal.

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