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Kodak Black Puts Up $600,000 Home To Make Bail, South Carolina Moves To Revoke Bail In Sexual Assault Case

Kodak Black’s weekend legal issues have officially come to an end, as the Broward County rapper has made bail to be released from federal custody. 

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Black pleaded guilty to federal weapons charges and managed to make bail after the judge allowed him to put up his $600,000 home as collateral for $500,000 bond. As part of the bail agreement, the judge ordered him to house arrest, meaning he will no longer be allowed to travel for work. 

However, to make matters even worse, the rapper is also out on bail in South Carolina for an open criminal sexual assault case, and according to the publication, officials have already moved to revoke his bail. Now, as a result, “officials have up to 48 hours to release the rapper or appeal the bond he was given, and his legal team is unsure if or when he will get out.”

Black’s Miami charges stem from lying on gun applications in an attempt to purchase multiple guns, including a 9mm handgun, a .380 caliber gun and a semiautomatic Mini Draco pistol. Meanwhile, his South Carolina case stems from an April arrest, in which he was accused of sexually abusing an 18-year-old girl. He is also facing another criminal case as a result of his arrest at the U.S.-Canadian border, the publication reports, but his lawyer says he intends to address each case, one at a time.

Kodak Black's puts up house
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