Kodak Black Arrested on 7 Charges

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Octave appeared before Broward Judge Joel Lazarus on Friday, who ordered the accused to remain jailed until a hearing before a trial judge.

Kodak Black was arrested in Florida on Thursday (Jan. 18) on a series of charges.

Rapper Kodak Black was arrested on Thursday and now faces several felony charges, including grand theft of a firearm, possession of marijuana, and neglecting a child.

Black is being held at the Broward County jail in Fort Lauderdale.

"Your phone is part of this search warrant".

The Pembroke Pines man is being held without bond, according to the Sun Sentinel. Akademiks explained in his video that Kodak was charged with weed possession, theft of a gun, child neglect, gun possession, and probation violation.

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In October, reports emerged that Black had been indicted for first degree sexual assault in Florence, South Carolina, for the alleged sexual assault of a teenager in a hotel room in February 2016.

In 2016, Octave faced charges of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, possession of marijuana, fleeing from law enforcement, armed robbery, and false imprisonment. However, he was released in June 2016 and placed on house arrest.

Just Monday, Kodak Black released a video for his "Roll In Peace" single with rapper Jahseh Onfroy, better known as XXXTentacion.

Police raided his home, then took him into custody. A year later he pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor drug charges and served four months in jail.

Kodak, who has been in and out of legal trouble for the past few years, was now on house arrest for one year and needed permission from his probation officer to travel. The video, which A$AP Mob-affiliated creative collective AWGE directed, shows Kodak throwing cash on a courthouse floor.

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