Kodak Black Arrested After Police Raided His Home During IG Live Stream

Kodak Black Arrested After House Raid: Facing Charges Of Weapons & Child Neglect

REPORT: Kodak Black's House Raided & Arrested On Drug And Gun Charges

Kodak Black is now behind bars and is facing at least seven felony charges. Kodak also tweeted out the address of the Broward County Jail early Thursday.

"Octave could be heard on the audio of his arrest complaining about his "$800 phone" being taken as part of the search warrant, Variety reported. He is being held at the jail without bond.

Back in 2015, Octave was booked in Pompano Beach on charges of robbery, battery, two counts of false imprisonment of a child, three counts of false imprisonment of an adult, driving with a suspended license, and possession of marijuana.

Before his Thursday arrest, Black was already serving a one-year house arrest sentence on felony probation for robbery as well as five counts of false imprisonment. 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, he was indicted on first-degree sexual assault charges stemming from an incident in November 2016, when he was arrested for assaulting a woman at a Comfort Inn and Suites in Florence County, South Carolina in February 2016. A year later he pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor drug charges and served four months in jail.

Kodak Black arrives at the MTV Video Music Awards.

Monday, Kodak released a video for his "Roll In Peace" single with rapper Jahseh Onfroy, better known as XXXTentacion. He was arrested December 7 on charges of false imprisonment, witness tampering and for allegedly harassing a woman he was accused of beating up when she was pregnant in 2016. "Just please, just please, just be cautious, man".

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