While it may seem like a good thing to be banned from prison, in the case of Kevin Gates, it means no more visits to his father!
Kevin Gates’ visits to his father in prison are now prohibited because he’s been banned from all prisons in Lousiana.
Gates who paid a visit to his father and Corey “C-Murder” Miller at the Elayn Hunt Correctional Center earlier this year broke one major prison policy to lead to this ban.
During the visit, Kevin was photographed holding dozens of hundred dollar bills over his face. Not only did he post the picture on Instagram, but he tagged the prison.
This broke a major policy as State corrections department spokesman Ken Pastorick explained visitors are not allowed to bring more than $300 into the prison.
Due to this break in the policy, the Department of Public Safety and Corrections launched an investigation to look into Gates’ visit. Not only was Gates banned from all Louisiana corrections institutions, but two correctional officers have been disciplined for their involvement.
A DOC report dated July 24 found Deputy Warden Perry Stagg and Major Jason Linzy, who both oversaw Gates’ visit, “deviated from standard institutional policies, resulting in multiple rule violations.”
As of now, there is no word on if Gates has released a statement.