Atlanta rapper Drama was arrested July 28 after allegedly making a bomb threat at the Lenox Plaza office building on Peachtree Road in Buckhead.
The building was evacuated but no injuries were reported and no bomb was found.
Drama, born Terence Cook, went to the fifth floor lobby of the Bader Law firm in Lenox Plaza and told employees that he “was tired of being treated wrongly and that he had a bomb,” according to an Atlanta Police report.
Police said Cook was attempting to get to The Parks Group Attorneys at Law firm on the second floor but was unable to get to that floor because APD officers stopped him on the fifth floor.
The firm is owned by “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Phaedra Parks. Parks is an entertainment attorney and has represented Cook in the past.
Cook had a FedEx envelope and a book, according to police.
The Department of Homeland Security responded to the scene and has charged the suspect with terroristic threats and creating a false public alarm.
Atlanta Police S. W. A. T. units and Airport K-9 also responded to the scene. A sweep of the location was conducted including the suspect’s vehicle on the basement level of the parking lot. No device was located.