Young Buck Sentenced to 7 Months for Probation Violations

The troubled rapper can't seem to follow the rules.

By Hayden Wright

Young Buck’s year of legal trouble has culminated in a seven-month sentence for various probation violations. While he faces charges for domestic assault and vandalism, authorities monitored him under a supervised release. In March, he allegedly threatened the fiance of one of his children’s mother, followed by charges that he threatened to burn an ex-girlfriend’s house down last month. After being ordered not to break further laws or contact that ex-girlfriend, he did so more than 100 times, reported Billboard.

Related: Young Buck Will Not Go to Jail After Faking Urine Test

Additionally, Young Buck was found in violation of probation stemming from his 2013 arrest for firearms possession, a drug offense, and providing a false urine sample. On balance, a Nashville judge determined that Buck should serve seven months in jail.

The rapper posted an Instagram photo to update fans about his situation:

“Things ain’t go as plan today,” he wrote, posing with a supercar. “Lost my freedom again. Lord knows how much I’m gonna miss my Mother, children, my girl, my Real friends and family.”



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