A New York judge decided to close 6ix9ine’s child sex case, weeks after he was arrested on federal charges of racketeering.
According to TMZ, 6ix9ine’s lawyer Lance Lazarro stated that the decision was made due to his client being incarcerated and the judge removed the four-year probation. Additionally, the judge gave Tekashi credit for time served and he was required to serve 1,000 hours of community service but it has been revoked in this case.
Lazarro added that the judge cannot expect the rapper to adhere to the terms of probation or community service due to his federal case.
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The “Dummy Boy” rapper’s legal team asked for the four-year probation in reference to the child sex case and Tekashi was expected to stay out of any trouble such as hanging out with gang members and avoid all gang activities.
Prior to his arrest, Tekashi was filming a music video inside of a Beverly Hills mansion when multiple shots erupted, targeting the rapper. He and his associates were subsequently arrested a few days after the shooting on multiple federal charges which included racketeering and activities such as selling drugs, armed robberies, and shootings.
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