NBA Youngboy Gets Detained for Probation Violation After Miami Shooting

NBA Youngboy Gets Detained for Probation Violation After Miami Shooting

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Last week, NBA YoungBoy was involved in a shooting resulting in the death of one man and the injuring of NBA’s girlfriend and a 5-year-old child.

Being that NBA is currently on probation for pleading guilty in 2017 to aggravated assault with a firearm in a driving by shooting, a state judge ordered that NBA YoungBoy be detained after seeing a video of his on social media “talking trash and smack.” A punishment for the drive-by, NBA was given a suspended 10-year prison sentence and put on probation for 3 years, during which he was to refrain from all social media activity.

In 2018, NBA was arrested, but the judge did not revoke his probation. Judge Bonnie Jackson now plans to revoke his probation, possibly making him serve the suspended prison time.

His court appearance is on June 21st

Written by Clarke Jones

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