theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports, Young Buck’s P.O. has returned to court to inform the judge the rapper has once again violated the terms of probation and they are demanding he explain to the court why he can’t seem to follow the court order.
Back in 2012, Young Buck checked in to prison to begin his 18 months sentence for gun possession. He was sentenced to the time following a federal agent raid on his home in 2010 that uncovered multiple guns inside, which was illegal due to him being a felon
The rapper was released from Mississippi prison in October 2013 and has been on probation ever since.
Young Buck hasn’t had a smooth ride while on probation. Back in 2014, he missed 2 drug tests and admitted to screwing up to his P.O. In fact, he narrowly escaped being thrown back in prison for his failure to follow his probation terms.
Then last year, Buck was hit with new federal criminal charge by the prosecution for attempting to scheme and fake a urine drug test. The prosecutors accused him of lying to his probation officer about smoking marijuana and using fake urine during a drug test.
Last year, Buck reached a plea deal in which he avoided being thrown back in prison by pleading guilty to the charge of attempting to falsify the urine test. Per the agreement, the rapper was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service, pay a fine and continue to be on probation for the next 18 months. He also agreed to complete 30 days at an in-patient treatment center followed by 90 days at a community correction center.
Then on March 18th, docs were filed by the prosecution that allege Buck has once again violated the terms of his probation.
They explain earlier in the month, Buck’s probation officer was informed that the rapper had made death threats against another person. The P.O. contacted the alleged victim – the fiancé of one of the rapper’s baby mama – who informed him that Buck was in arrears on his child support to the baby mama. The man (who was reportedly, Buck’s baby mama’s boyfriend) texted Buck asking him about the child support owed and told Buck that he was a sad excuse for a father who didn’t care about his daughter.
Buck responded by sending a chain of text that included physical threats against the fiancé’s boyfriend. He used derogatory language, called the victim a racial epithet several times, accused him of being a drug addict, and made several threats to ‘slap the s*** out of him’ and beat him up. He also inquired about where the man’s location was & text he was going to ‘f*** u up”.
The man also informed the P.O. that he believed the rapper was associated with a gang and that this made him fear for his life.
The man also explained he had contacted an attorney and was in the process of contacting the Nashville Police Department to obtain a restraining order and report the threats.
The rapper claimed to his P.O. that he thought the text were originally from an attorney and that the man even said in one that a District Attorney was reading the conversation. He believed the victim defrauded him by attempting to portray that he was acting in some sort of official capacity.
Further, the court documents state that Buck has failed one drug test since he reached his plea deal avoiding prison time.
The probation officer filed the docs asking the judge to order Buck to appear in court and explain himself. The P.O. is also asking the judge to find the rapper in violation of his probation, which could have him back in prison for up to 14 months.
Then on April 29th, the probation officer returned to court informing the judge the rapper has once again violated the terms of his release.
The officer explains that on April 25th the rapper was the subject of a traffic stop in Nashville that resulted in a moving violation. Not the worst situation, unless you are required to report to your probation officer of being arrested or questioned by a law enforcement officer.
The P.O. says this is yet another violation by Buck in the criminal case and he wants the judge to consider this he makes a decision on the matter.
Buck is scheduled to appear in court on May 5th, where he will have to explain to the judge why he shouldn’t be thrown back in prison for years for violating his probation.