Report: Kirk Franklin’s Son Kerrion Arrested in Connection to Missing Woman Believed to be Dead

Beverly Hills, CA – Singer Kirk Franklin’s son, Kerrion continues down an unholy path of troubles. First he was beefing with his father, now he’s being held in a Los Angeles County jail without bond after being taken into custody on Sunday.

According to court records obtained by Radar, 33-year-old Kerrion Rashad Franklin was arrested at 7:36 AM after being pulled over by the Beverly Hills Police. He was booked into jail at 10:28 AM

The court records show he is being held without the option to bail out. He was assigned a permanent housing location in the jail.

Franklin’s son has a court date set for this week where he will go before a judge.

Alleged details of what happened have been making the rounds on social media. Larry Reid Live says they spoke to Kerrion from jail who said he was “wrongfully arrested and stopped because of his taillight.”

Kerrion claims he can’t get out of jail until Tuesday — which is when his next hearing is. He told the head of the outlet that the police allegedly found a gun in the car.

The Zeus television star allegedly told the host that he was also charged with resisting arrest — which he denied. Kerrion reportedly has to be extradited back to Texas to deal with a separate case.”

There’s more:

IG outlet The Neighborhood Talk details there may be another reason why he is being held without bail.

Kerrion Franklin was arrested while driving in California after a Beverly Hills police officer stopped him for a broken car taillight. When the cops searched his car, they had discovered an illegal pistol.

Now, this is where it gets crazy, after discovering the weapon, that’s when police took him in for questioning. Franklin says the pistol didn’t belong to him. It was also discovered that the car he was driving did not belong to him either….but to a missing woman who is rumored to be murdered.

Source & Credit: krimewithkissy.com

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