Rick Ross parties at Compound after judge lifts travel restrictions

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Credit: Jennifer Brett

Credit: Jennifer Brett

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Credit: Jennifer Brett

Ross, 39,  was arrested June 24 after authorities say he assaulted two service workers who threw a party in his home without the rapper's permission. Ross was charged with aggravated assaulted, aggravated battery and kidnapping in the June 4 incident at his sprawling 235-acre estate, once owned by boxing champ Evander Holyfield. Police say Ross and his bodyguard allegedly took two men into the guest house on the property and attacked them, causing extensive injuries.

On June 10, Ross was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana charge after police said they found five joints in his car.

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Following last week's ruling in his favor Ross told Channel 2 Action News that he was relieved: “Feels real good just to go out. Everybody that supported you, your fans. And everybody that’s been sending their love.”

There was lots of love - and bubbles - flowing on Saturday. Ross popped "endless bottles of Luc Belaire and thrilled club goers when he broke out special-edition luminescent bottles of Belaire Fantôme, we're told.

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Photos: Prince William /ATLpics.net, provided to the AJC by Sovereign Brands

Credit: Jennifer Brett

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