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Andrew ‘Delivert’ Caldwell Claims ‘Jesus Dropped The Charges’



Andrew ‘Delivert’ Caldwell Believes Jesus Dropped Charges After Release 

Andrew ‘Delivert’ Caldwell was arrested few days back for allegedly sexually harassing a man. The man claims further that Andrew attacked him after he rebuffed his sexual advances.
Delivert was released over the weekend and he now claims that ‘Jesus dropped the charges’.

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“Jesus dropped the charges! What the devil meant for bad, God said not today! The people tried to attack me at my home but I’m not having it! I will not be [attacked]. The devil is busy and believe what you will! I am free, praise The Lord I’m free! he posted on Instagram.

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He later took to his live, to explain the events surrounding the arrest, denying that there was a warrant out for him and also denying claims that he tried to attack a man who rejected his advances.
“I did not go to jail for a warrant. I had a warrant, but I was being followed in downtown St. Louis — I jumped on the highway, next thing I know this car started following me. I pulled over at my exit. Something told me not to go home. I did not go home.”
“I stopped near the hospital, King’s Highway. I pulled over, let down my window, next thing you know he punched me in the face, I got out, so I punched him in his face, I bust out his windows, bust out his face,” he explained.

He continued:
“Jesus dropped the charges, so stop calling me a jailbird! I’m not a jailbird, do y’ all hear me? I’m not your mama, and I’m not your daddy. Some of y’ all have to hire a lawyer, I didn’t have to do none of that… He did it!”

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Andrew ‘Delivert’ Caldwell is now trying to make some money on his stint in jail:

What do you think of this young man…? 

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