Kodak was removed from general population after allegedly using a jail phone to speak to contact someone with whom "he was not supposed to speak," according to a report from TMZ Friday. The report also claims Kodak has filed documents asking for his personal tutor to be given solitary confinement visitation privileges while he works on GED studies, though a ruling by the judge hasn't yet been made.
Currently, Kodak—who recently appeared alongside T-Pain on a new Rick Ross single—is in a Florida jail after being arrested in January during a raid of his home. Last month, he pleaded not guilty to charges of weed and ammunition possession. Several additional charges, including child neglect and grand theft of a firearm, have been dismissed by the State of Florida. Kodak's legal team questioned the nature of the original arrest, filing documents in January in an attempt to depose several officers involved with the raid. Among other things, lawyer Bradford Cohen found the lack of body cam footage suspicious.
Last October, Kodak was indicted for first-degree criminal sexual conduct stemming from an unrelated incident in South Carolina. He is accused of sexually assaulting a teen girl at a hotel following his performance at a Florence-area nightclub. As part of the bond conditions for the South Carolina case, Kodak is not allowed to publicly comment on the accusations in any form. He's also been ordered to not contact the alleged victim or their family.