Court documents filed in a Louisiana court, per a regional report from Kevin Foster of WAFB, show that YoungBoy had been told to remain active in daily curfew calls, randomized drug tests, and monthly visits. According to the report, which cites comments from a corrections service rep connected with the case, the Top artist initially complied with the required calls portion of the bond conditions. However, he is said to have not complied with the other requirements.
And in January, he reportedly failed to show up for his final scheduled appointment due to dental work he underwent in New York. He also, per the report, did not reschedule the appointment.
YoungBoy was among those arrested in Baton Rouge on firearm and drug-related charges in September after authorities got tips from an anonymous source. In a statement shared after the incident, a rep for YoungBoy said “it is important to remember that when someone is arrested for a crime it does not mean they are guilty of anything.” In the same statement, the rep said at the time that YoungBoy “did not possess any firearms nor did he possess any controlled dangerous substances.”
As Foster’s report explains, these latest developments could prove pivotal later this month when a judge hears a request from YoungBoy’s defense team about having bond conditions dismissed. An attorney reported at the time to be representing YoungBoy has been contacted by Complex for additional comment.
Last month, YoungBoy was arrested by the FBI. According to reports, he attempted to flee on foot after authorities tried to pull him over due to an outstanding federal warrant.
For a more detailed breakdown of YoungBoy’s ongoing legal troubles, watch below: