Although NBA Youngboy is technically a free man, he will be under a 24-hour lockdown at his Utah residence where he will remain under house arrest until his trial.
Federal Judge Shelley D. Dick set the terms for a pre-trial release of Youngboy on Wednesday and it looks like YB won’t be able to get any visitors overnight, meaning anyone who kicks it at its Utah mansion will have to bounce by 9 p.m.
However there should not be too many people as his house cannot have more than three visitors at a time and all visitors must be approved by a judge. The order obtained by The Shed Room further stated that the NBA Youngboy electronic location would be subject to monitoring.
NBA Youngboy posted a 500,000 bond to Baton Rouge on Monday, where he was arrested in September 2020 on two federal charges, including possession of a firearm by a criminal.
A federal warrant was issued for the young rapper and he was re-arrested in March while driving in the Los Angeles area and has been locked up ever since.
After rejecting Bond several times, Youngboy has finally won his case with his release.
According to Docs, the other conditions for NBA Youngboy’s release include:
- Do not break any law while in bond.
- Collaborate on collecting a DNA sample.
- Advise the court or pre-trial service office or supervising officer in writing before changing the residence or telephone number.
- Appear in court as required and surrender if convicted of any punishment imposed by the court.
- Travel is limited to Louisiana’s Central District and Utah District.
- Maintenance or actively seeking employment.
- Can’t get a passport or other international travel documents.
- Avoid all contact with any victim or witness during the investigation.
- No firearms or weapons.
- No use or illegal possession of drugs or other controlled substances.
- A prohibited substance must be submitted for examination if required by the pre-trial service officer or supervising officer.
- Participate in substance abuse therapy and counseling as directed by the Pre-Trial Service Office or Supervising Officer.
It’s not clear when the judge plans to schedule Youngboy’s trial, but we’ll keep you posted on any updates.
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