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NeNe Leakes Son Bryson’s ‘Close Shave’ With The Law — See Police Report

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May 28 2018, Updated 10:12 a.m. ET

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By Cliff Renfrew - Staff Reporter

NeNe Leakes troubled son Bryson Bryant was busted for shoplifting after he allegedly stole two razors worth $28, and has the police report of the incident.

The 21-year-old is sure to be in for a real ‘close shave’ when he is confronted by his feisty reality star mom today.

EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENTS: NeNe’s Son Bryson Bryant’s Police Report

Bryson is being held without bail at Gwinnett County Detention Center in Georgia after he also breached his probation for his latest run-in with the law.

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According to a report released by Duluth Police Department Bryson and his friend Damien Harris walked into a Walmart in Duluth on Thursday night at around 8.10pm.

The store’s employee Taija Aldridge reported that the two men shoplifted two Gillette Mach 3 Razors valued at $14.25 each before police were called to the scene and they were both arrested.

Bryant was handcuffed and taken away in a police car to Gwinnett County Jail after he was found to have been in violation of a previous parole order.

Breaking News was first to report last March that Bryson was arrested on a drugs charge after he was found in possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.

Following Bryson’s arrest a red-faced NeNe tweeted: “My day just got started off wrong! Damn.”


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