Rapper NBA YoungBoy has been granted a change to his house arrest rules after being arrested on a previous gun charge in Baton Rouge, LA.
Court documents obtained by AllHipHop show Judge Shelly Dick decided on Wednesday to make YoungBoy’s house arrest less restrictive. The Louisiana judge removed two conditions from the rapper’s supervised release — as a result of the ruling he can have more than three visitors at his home without a curfew
“The Court issues this Written Order Amending Condition No. 18 and Condition No. 19 of the Order Establishing the Conditions of Release, Document 142, filed October 27, 2021, for the defendant, [NBA YoungBoy (real name Kentrell Gaulden)]’ the documents said.
They continued: “It is hereby ordered that condition number 18 and condition number 19 of the defendant’s terms of release be amended as follows: (18) At no time shall more than three persons visit Gaulden at his home. (19) No visitors are allowed in the defendant’s apartment before 7:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m. “Home” is defined as the defendant’s home and all belongings and belongings of the home. It’s ordered that way. Signed in Baton Rouge, Louisiana this March 15, 2023.”
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In October 2021, YoungBoy, who was then facing two federal gun charges, was released on $1.5 million bail and placed under house arrest. His release limited him to three visitors at a time, in addition to his wife, a producer, and his business manager, who also shared his home. The rapper fought back and applied to be released from house arrest last July, but was denied.
Last month, the rapper spoke to Billboard about his current situation. YoungBoy, who is under house arrest in Utah, called it his “best experience.” Additionally, he noted that the experience changed his perspective on life and music.
“I’m really scared right now,” he said later in the article. “It’s just natural. I’m not big on people. I never knew why, as soon as I got on stage, I could get it done and leave – but I’m afraid of people. people are cruel. This is a cruel place.”
He added: “You have to be thankful for that. It’s very beautiful, you know? There is so much you can experience in it. But it’s a very cruel place. And it’s not my home.”
Check out below where Youngboy spends most of his time.
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