Prosecutors Say Kodak Black Is Real Life “Menace To Society”; Granted A “Danger Hearing”
(AllHipHop News) The rapper and his lawyers were in court yesterday (March 10), for a scheduled hearing over claims that Kodak violated the work release provisions of his probation.
Kodak, born Dieuson Octave, is on probation for false imprisonment assault and drug charges from two incidents in 2016.
The rising rap star was taken into custody on February 28, in the middle of a tour, over allegations that he attended an Adrien Broner boxing match and hit a strip club, without the proper permission.
On March 20, the court will hold a “danger hearing” which is when the rapper will learn whether or not he has a possibility of being released on bail.
If the judge decides that he’s a threat to the public, he will remain locked up and prosecutors are already arguing to keep Kodak detained.
Probation officers told the judge that while Kodak did have consent to leave his house for work related business, he never sought approval to walk Broner into the ring, nor did he ask for permission to visit the nudie bar.
Kodak has reportedly lost over $300,000 in appearance fees since his incarceration last month.