UPDATED 11/30/16 12:20 p.m. ET: New details have surfaced regarding Kodak Black's pending sex charge in South Carolina. The charges accuse Black of sexual battery for an incident that allegedly occurred back in February. "[Octave] forced the victim onto the bed in the room and then onto the floor of the room. The defendant removed the victim's underwear," the warrant reads, according to The Sun Sentinel. The paper also reports that Black "attacked the victim orally" and penetrated her. The woman, who identified Kodak as her attacker, "repeatedly told the defendant no and to stop. The defendant did not stop," according to the warrant.

See original post from 11/28/16 below.

Kodak Black isn’t quite a free man.

A new report by The Sun Sentinel confirms that Black (real name Dieuson Octave) was transferred from the St. Lucie County Jail on Monday to South Carolina authorities who currently have him in custody. Black was extradited to that state to face a pending sex charge.

The 19-year-old rapper dodged a long prison sentence in August, when a judge saw his potential as a hip-hop artist and wanted to give him another chance. He was sentenced to house arrest and was on a path to an immediate release.

But that didn’t end up happening when deputies at the jail found two outstanding warrants. One involved two misdemeanor drug charges, to which he pleaded no contest. Public records show he pled a misdemeanor charge of possession of 20 grams or less of cannabis and a second misdemeanor charge of use or possession of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced to 120 days, and will be credited for the time spent in jail since his May arrest. His driver’s license will be suspended for a year and he is ordered to pay court costs of $289.

The second warrant was for an incident in a hotel at Florence, South Carolina. He’s being accused of sexually battery that night, after he played a show for about 1,200 people.

Black’s lawyers tell the Sun Sentinel that they are confident he will be cleared of the charge. 

"We are firmly convinced that he will be vindicated in that charge and shortly be set free," said attorney Gary Kollin, based in Fort Lauderdale.

"The last time we both saw him was Nov. 7, a Monday, and he was doing well, and he calls us frequently," said Allan Zamren, based in Miami. "We spoke to him late last week."

"He's looking forward to getting to South Carolina so he can go on with his life and career," Kollin added.

In South Carolina, a criminal sexual conduct charge is punishable up to 30 years in prison.