Both Ross and James were charged with kidnapping and aggravated battery. Ross was additionally charged with aggravated assault and both men were booked into the county jail, where James will remain until Aug. 13 pending a hearing.
Ross bought the palatial estate formerly owned by Holyfield for $5.8 million in January 2014. The house — considered to be the largest single-family home in Georgia — has 109 rooms, a movie theater, an Olympic-size swimming pool and a separate 4,000-square-foot guest home.
The alleged assault was Ross' second run-in with Fayette law enforcement since June 10, when he was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana charge for five joints that police allegedly found in his car.
The founder of Maybach Music Group, Ross is perhaps best known for his 2006 single “Hustlin’.”