The alleged assault was Ross' second run-in with Fayette police. On June 10, he was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana charge for five joints that police allegedly found in his car.
But Ross said in court Thursday he needs to perform for his fans in other countries as part of his business.
When Ross’ attorney, Steve Sadow, said fleeing would be “the most ridiculous thing one could ever do since he’s got $6 million dollars at stake,” Fayette County Superior Court Judge Tommy Hankinson said he would “take the matter into consideration,” according to Channel 2.
Hankinson has not yet said when he would make a decision on the bond modification request.