Tekashi 6ix9ine Officially Off House Arrest, Rapper Is Still On Supervised Release For Next 5 Years
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine is officially off of house arrest. The rapper’s attorney Lance Lazzaro announced that Tekashi’s probation officer is going to the 24 year old rapper’s home today (August 1) to remove his ankle monitor. Reportedly Tekashi 6ix9ine will receive a schedule for when he needs to check in with his parole officer during the next 5 years of his supervised release.
Although the rapper can freely leave his house, it will take more work if he wants to move around the country. Tekashi’s lawyer stated that the rapper will need to get permission from his PO whenever he wants to leave New York, or leave the country for performances and studio sessions. He would not have to check in with his PO if he moves around New York, but he still has to fulfil 300 hours of community service.
Amid his upcoming community service stint, Tekashi 6ix9ine is reportedly trying to make sure that he is safe while doing community service, as there are fears that he is at risk for retaliation from his racketeering involvement. The Brooklyn rapper’s lawyer is reportedly seeking a highly-secured venue for Tekashi to collaborate with for his community service – such as a VA hospital where police are a constant presence on campus. In addition to community service, the 24-year-old has been ordered to pay a $35,000 fine.
Tekashi has also been having issues with the mother of his daughter, Sara Molina.As previously reported, Sara Molina does not want Saraiyah – her daughter with the rapper – to visit her father until a safety agreement has been settled. She, too, fears for Tekashi’s safety amid his release and doesn’t want her daughter caught in the crossfire.
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