NBA Youngboy To Remain In Jail After Miami Shooting For Probation Violation
NBA Youngboy just can’t seem to bounce back. Even though it was reported that he wouldn’t be held responsible for the fatal shootout in Miami on Mothers Day, it’s now been revealed by TMZ that he’s been taken into custody and will be detained for at least 30 days.
Earlier this morning District Judge Bonnie Jackson ruled that his somewhat involvement in the shooting ( and a social media post that followed) constituted a direct violation of his probation that he was sentenced to back in 2017 for aggravated assault with a firearm charge. The judge made it clear that one of the conditions of his probation was to simply stay off social media altogether, but it’s been well documented that he has completely ignored the judge’s wishes.
In addition to that, Youngboy has also been arrested twice while on probation, last year for allegedly committing assault in Georgia as well as earlier this year for possession of marijuana and disorderly conduct.
Youngboy’s lawyer is trying to argue the fact that his client was the victim of an assignation attempt and did not commit any crimes.