NBA YoungBoy Released From Jail, Put On House Arrest
It looks like NBA YoungBoy gets to return home. The 22-year-old rapper spent seven months in jail and was released Friday (Oct. 22nd). According to reports, the federal inmate locator database confirms that NBA YoungBoy, legally named Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, is no longer in custody.
As previously reported, NBA YoungBoy’s bond was denied after a jail fight but his situation has changed for the better. As part of the conditions of his arrest, he’s been put on house arrest in Utah and he’s required to wear an ankle monitor, according to Rap-Up. Reports say he will be confined to the home and his family is the only group that can live with him. He can have three visitors at a time, and a judge has to okay the visitors.
Reportedly, the Lil Top rapper will also be required to do weekly drug testing and a part of his restrictions include a ban on guns. NBA Youngboy was arrested in connection to a drug bust and he was charged with one count of illegal possession of firearms by a felon, and possession of an unregistered weapon.
According to reports, the judge let him out because the government presented inaccurate evidence. Reports say that one of the LAPD officers claimed NBA Youngboy was driving 80-90 mph but he was only doing 40 mph.
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