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Kodak Black was placed on house arrest after he was pulled over in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for driving with an expired tag and dark window tinting on Saturday.

A search of his bulletproof Dodge Durango SUV turned up 31 white tablets of oxycodone and more than $75,000 in cash.

He bonded out of jail on Saturday, and his attorney claimed the pills were prescribed for him.
 
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First reported by VladTV on Thursday (July 21), XXL obtained court documents that show magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman revoked Kodak Black's supervised release and placed him on house arrest on Wednesday (July 20). Kodak appeared in court via video teleconference and paid a $250,000 personal surety bond.

According to XXL, Black must request permission from his probation officer to perform in concert or record in a studio, and he will be required to undergo random drug testing.

Black could find himself back behind bars if he fails his drug test or violates his home detention.

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The 25-year-old "Super Gremlin" rapper, who was born Dieuson Octave, was placed on house arrest after he took to Twitter and accused the arresting officer of targeting him.

The rapper mocked the officer, calling him "Officer Pinky D***."

"How tf you send a ni**a to jail for my own medication?" Black tweeted. "Then tarnish my character like im trafficking oxycontin ??? But im posta sit here and dont talk about it? [sic]"

"They want a ni**a sad, depressed, suffering!" he wrote in a now-deleted tweet. "Nobody cares bout all da good you do! Just wanna catch you slipping so they can get credit for sending you to prison! [sic]"

He continued: "Can't nobody sit up here and lie & say they ain't been noticing the change and the progress I've been making!! They wanna remind people of my past instead of encouraging me to keep at this pace I've been going!"

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Nicki Minaj's husband, Kenneth Petty was sentenced to 3 years probation and one year home confinement for failing to register as a sex offender in California.

During a hearing in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Petty was sentenced to serve one year of home detention, followed by 3 years of probation.

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He was also ordered to pay a $55,000 fine, CBS Los Angeles and MyNewsLA.com report.

His sentencing hearing was postponed multiple times due to the pandemic.

Federal prosecutors wanted Petty to serve jail time -- not home confinement in his luxurious Calabasas mansion with his wife.

Petty served four years in jail in 1995 after he plead guilty to the attempted rape of a 16-year-old girl.

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Petty is a level 2 registered offender in New York, meaning he's considered a "moderate risk of repeat offense."

The feds noted that Petty lives in a "gated affluent community" which includes a pool, Nicki's music studio, and their beautifully landscaped backyard -- amenities not available to other criminals in jail.

In the documents obtained by TMZ, prosecutors said Petty complied with his sex offender registry paperwork for nearly 20 years - until he met Nicki in 2019 and moved with her to Cali. There, he stopped registering as a sex offender.

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As prosecutors described it, "Defendant began dating his wife, quit his job, moved to Los Angeles, and adopted an affluent lifestyle."

Petty told the court he didn't know he was supposed to register once he left NY state, but prosecutors said he was well aware of the rules after 2 decades.

His victim, Jennifer Hough, filed a lawsuit against him and Minaj, 39, accusing the pair of attempting to intimidate her into recanting her rape accusation.

A judge dismissed the lawsuit against Nicki, but it is still pending against Petty.

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Prosecutors want Nicki Minaj's husband, Kenneth Petty, to serve jail time -- not on home confinement in his luxurious Calabasas mansion with his wife.

Petty plead guilty to failing to register as a sex offender in California, and now he wants to serve his sentence on home confinement, TMZ Hip Hop has learned.

According to new legal documents obtained by TMZ, federal prosecutors don't think 6 months behind bars followed by supervised release is sufficient punishment for Petty.

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The feds note that Petty lives in a "gated affluent community" which includes a pool, Nicki's music studio, and their beautifully landscaped backyard -- amenities not available to other criminals in jail.

In fact, the U.S. Attorney's Office seems to think his luxurious lifestyle is what led Petty down the wrong path.

In the documents, prosecutors say Petty complied with his sex offender registry paperwork for nearly 20 years - until he met Nicki in 2019 and moved with her to Cali. There, he stopped registering as a sex offender.

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As prosecutors describe it, "Defendant began dating his wife, quit his job, moved to Los Angeles, and adopted an affluent lifestyle."

Petty told the court he didn't know he was supposed to register once he left NY state, but prosecutors say he was well aware of the rules after 2 decades.

TMZ reported, Petty had to register as a sex offender after a 1995 attempted rape of a teenager conviction in NY.

Now, federal prosecutors in Cali are recommending he serve 15 months hard time behind bars, 5 years supervised release and pay $55,000 in retribution. The judge will make a final ruling at Petty's sentencing hearing on July 6.

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Martin Shkreli is a free man. Shkreli walked out of prison a free man on Wednesday, May 18, and into a halfway house where he will be on home confinement until September 14.

A friend picked Shkreli up from prison in Pennsylvania on Wednesday.

"Picked up this guy hitchhiking. Says he's famous," he tweeted.

The so-called "Pharma Bro" was once the most hated man in America.

Shkreli got the attention of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) when he hiked the price of a life-saving AIDS drug by 5,000%.

After a federal investigation into his former company in 2017, Shkreli was sentenced to serve 7 years in prison for securities fraud.

A judge revoked his $5 million bond when he threatened Hillary Clinton while appealing his conviction.

While in prison, Shkreli agreed to pay $40 million to consumers to settle the price gouging allegations.

He was also ordered to pay $64.6 million he earned in profit from the price hike. And he is banned from ever working in the pharmaceutical industry again.

Marissa Alexander

Marissa Alexander could wind up back behind bars today if a judge decides to revoke her bond for running errands.

Alexander, 33, was sentenced to 30 years in prison for firing what she called a "warning shot" at her estranged husband who was at her home to pick up their son. The prosecution had argued that Alexander stalked her ex-husband because she had trouble letting go.

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