Kodak Black Arrested On Multiple Charges In Florida

Kodak Black Arrested On Multiple Charges In Florida

He's also facing two probation violations as well.

He's also charged with grand theft of a firearm, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and marijuana possession.

Kodak Black just can't stay out of trouble.

Kodak was ultimately arrested for grand theft of a firearm, possession of over 20 grams of marijuana, two counts of possession of a weapon by a felon, two counts of probation violation and child neglect.

Black's last post to his followers on Twitter was Wednesday when he asked his fans to write to Willie Ryan at the Broward County Jail in Pompano Beach, where the U.S. Marshals had held him.

According to new reports, Kodak Black was arrested for no less than seven felony charges! He had served 97 days of a almost year-long sentence....for violating ANOTHER house arrest!

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He was also arrested twice in Broward County in 2016.

Chuck Strouse is editor in chief of Miami New Times.

Sadly, Kodak has had a very troubled young life. The arrest in August was for armed robbery and false imprisonment. A year later he pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor drug charges and served four months in jail.

Given his criminal past, including rape charges, it is unlikely he will be released on bail. A live video was published on his Instagram account with audio of an argument about whether or not he needed to turn in his cell phone to authorities. With his track record for violating everything he's been told not to do, that's a pretty likely scenario.

This was not the first time Black had a run-in with police.

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