According to Fox5 Atlanta, Gucci Mane was jailed after he "intentionally caused visible bodily harm to a female by pushing her out of a moving vehicle" back on Jan 28. The 31-year-old was charged with battery and violation of his probation.
He's no stranger to a jail cell or violence against women as evidenced by a video which surfaced of him punching rapper Mac Bre-Z. Back in 2005, Gucci Mane was charged with murder (the charges were later dismissed for lack of evidence) and he served six months in prison for assaulting a nightclub promoter. In 2008, he was jailed for violating parole and in Nov. 2010 he was arrested in Atlanta for reckless driving; On Jan. 4 a judge ordered him to a psychiatric hospital for evaluation after his lawyer argued Gucci Mane was unable “to go forward and/or intelligently participate in the probation revocation hearing.” After his release, he got a tattoo of an ice cream cone on his face.
If you want people to think you're crazy, getting a face tattoo and pushing someone out of a moving vehicle days after coming out of a psych ward ought to do it.
Bail is set at $40,562.
Update: More details.
According to the [police] report, Gucci Mane picked up a 36 year old woman at South DeKalb Mall in a white Hummer after he asked her if she wanted to go to breakfast. The alleged victim stated she had never met the suspect previously but knew of his musical profession according to the report. At one point the woman realized he wasn't taking her for breakfast. "(The woman) asked what was he doing and where were they going. Gucci Mane stated that he wanted to go to the hotel and that he would give her $150 dollars. (The woman) refused and stated just take me back to the mall, I can make my own money." The report said Gucci Mane leaned over the woman and opened the passenger side door while the vehicle was still in motion. "Gucci Mane shoved (the woman) several times in the side and shoulder area attempting to get her out of his vehicle." The report said the vehicle left the roadway and Gucci Mane was able to push (the woman) out of the vehicle which was still moving. According to the report, the woman was transported to Atlanta Medical Center complaining of soreness and pain. The woman was advised to apply for a warrant. "Detectives did not take out a warrant," said DeKalb Police spokesperson Mekka Parish. "In misdemeanor assault/battery cases the victim applies for warrants." source