Kodak Black’s Sexual Assault Case Gets Him Banned From South Carolina
Kodak Black and his mounting legal issues continue to dog him, and the latest news that he’ll be banned from South Carolina due to a prior case is just the latest blow. Officials from the state announced that after Black’s extradition on Monday for an outstanding warrant over a sexual assault charge, he will no longer be allowed there for anything other than court appearances.
Local South Carolina outlet WYFF reports:
A rapper is banned from the state of South Carolina, except for court appearances, officials say.
Rapper Kodak Black was booked into the Florence County Detention Center on a charge of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, 12th Circuit Solicitor Ed Clements said. No specific details on the arrest were available.
Dieuson Octave, 19, who recording name is Kodak Black, was booked into the detention center at 11:04 p.m. Monday, according to detention center records.
If convicted, Black could face up to 30 years in prison based on comments from Mr. Clements. Black was released on bond Thursday and is back in Florida serving out his house arrest according to a statement from his attorney.
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