Chief Keef Faces Return to Jail Over Pitchfork's Gun Range Video

Prosecutors are also mad because he signs court papers as "Chief Keef."

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It looks like Chief Keef might be in trouble with the law again. The Chicago Sun Times report that he could face time in juvenile detention for violating his probation, which stems from his 18-month probation sentence for pointing a gun at an officer.

Prosecutors say that the violation occurred during his interview/freestyle session with Pitchfork at a gun range. In the clip, Keef can be seen holding and firing weapons. His probation "bans him from having any guns or illegal drugs or associating with gang members," the Sun Times reports.

A hearing will be held next month to determine if Keef did indeed violate his probation.

[via SunTimes]

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