ASAP Rocky has been charged with assault in Sweden and will be going on trial next week, Swedish prosecutors and his lawyer announced later Thursday.

Slobodan Jovicic, Rocky's attorney, said that the trial would begin on Tuesday.

"I have today commenced criminal proceedings against the three individuals suspected of assault causing actual bodily harm, having come to the conclusion that the events in question constitute a crime and despite claims of self-defense and provocation," public prosecutor Daniel Suneson Thursday.

President Trump tried to intervene on Rocky's behalf, and helped him move to better conditions, where he reportedly now has a TV and a desk- but the Swedish government is still intent on keeping him until his trial begins.

"I don't want to call the race card," Renee Black, Rocky's mother, told TMZ earlier this week, "but that's what it's looking like." "If it walk like a duck and it quack like a duck, then it's a duck," she said.