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Mesa rapper "Ty the Ruler" found not guilty in sexual assault case

Mesa rapper "Ty the Ruler" found not guilty in sexual assault case
Posted at 11:08 AM, Apr 26, 2017
and last updated 2017-04-26 14:08:02-04

A Mesa rap artist has been found not guilty in his sexual assault case.

Ruben Davis also known as, "Ty the Ruler" was accused of sexual assault after meeting a woman at a bus stop and taking her to a recording studio.

Court documents now show that a jury as found him not guilty of that crime and he has been released from custody.  

Davis was accused of taking a woman to a music studio near Country Club and University drives, where he works and sexually assaulting the victim.

The victim reported to police that Davis told her, "The nastier it gets, the more money he would give her." The victim told Davis she was not a prostitute and never discussed having sex with him.

Davis has always vehemently denied the accusations. 

Mesa Police say they found DNA samples belonging to the Davis on the couch in the studio and on the victim.

Davis was arrested March 2016 and was acquitted April 13, 2017.