NBA YoungBoy’s probation will not be revoked after being arrested in Florida

A Baton Rouge state judge instead ruled that there will be conditions added.

March 29, 2018
NBA YoungBoy’s probation will not be revoked after being arrested in Florida Akasha Rabut for FADER

It looks like NBA YoungBoy's probation will not be revoked after his recent arrest in Florida. After a recent court hearing in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a judge ruled that there will instead be conditions added to his current probation including enrolling in a domestic abuse program as well as a GED program. NBA will not be allowed to leave Louisiana for six months except for while attending court hearings in Georgia, The Advocate reports.

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On February 25, the 18-year-old was arrested in Florida on a fugitive warrant from Georgia on domestic violence-related kidnapping and assault charges. YoungBoy also plead guilty to a non-fatal drive-by shooting last May and was given a 10-year suspended prison term in August. He was placed on supervised probation for three years.

NBA YoungBoy's next court appearance will be on May 18.

NBA YoungBoy’s probation will not be revoked after being arrested in Florida