Rapper Kodak Black arrested again in Broward County

Kodak Black real name Dieuson Octave age 20

South Florida based rapper Kodak Black will remain behind bars after his latest arrests on multiple charges that include weapons and child neglect charges.

Unfortunately, for Kodak Black and his fans the Florida rapper is facing the possibility of more jail time.

He was arrested in February 2017 for a probation violation; that May, sentenced to 364 days in prison. Police later found 94.9 grams of marijuana in Octave's bedroom closet, as well as a safe containing a loaded Glock with nine rounds that had been reported stolen in December.

He was booked into the Broward County Jail on charges of grand theft of a firearm, possession of a weapon or ammunition by a felon, possession of cannabis, child neglect without great bodily harm and probation violation.

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On Monday, Kodak Black released a video for his "Roll In Peace" single with rapper Jahseh Onfroy, better known as XXXTentacion.

According to the Sun Sentinel, Octave has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman in SC hotel room in 2016.

The "Transportin'" artist was slapped with seven charges in all, according to the Broward County Sheriff's Office. The rapper was also on felony probation for fleeing officers and a delinquent felon in possession of a gun conviction. A year later he pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor drug charges and served four months in jail.

A video was posted online, in which cops were heard questioning Black while telling him that they will take his phone as it was a part of the evidence. The video, which A$AP Mob-affiliated creative collective AWGE directed, shows Kodak throwing cash on a courthouse floor.

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