The majority of Kodak’s previous legal offenses have been related to possession of illegal firearms or drugs, but there have been a few instances in which Kodak has been accused of aggression toward women. In April 2017, Kodak was accused of punching and kicking a woman at the Miami-Dade strip club Club Climaxx, where she was employed. According to a police report that was filed at the time, Kodak allegedly approached the victim around 3 a.m. on Feb. 2, 2017, during her bartending shift. He was allegedly “acting belligerent” and when the victim pushed him away, he “began to punch her numerous times all over her body and then kicked her, stopping shortly after.” The police report was presented in a court hearing, but no formal charges were made. The incident did result in the violation of his probation terms, though. In January 2017, Kodak raised eyebrows after sharing a live broadcast of several of his friends receiving oral sex from a young woman. The video was removed from Instagram Live shortly after and all parties involved were believed to be consenting, but the clip drew backlash on social media.