The attorney for Kodak Black has revealed that he has filed a motion to have the rapper moved to a more suitable facility, amid concerns that the rapper is being mistreated in jail.
"We have filed a motion on Bills Federal case to correct an error that should lower his classification in the federal system. In the federal system you are scored on an offense level and a criminal history category," Bradford Cohen wrote via Instagram.
"Bills criiminal history category was a 3, i argued at sentencing that this category was overstated as one of his priors was a misdemeanor Marijuana case, that added significant points. The judge accepted that argument and sentenced as if he was a 2. BOP however is still scoring him for placement as a 3. With this correction, it should lower his placement score, and allow him to be placed in a more suitable facility, instead of a max custody for a paperwork case. #kodak #justiceforall #justiceforkodak"
Since being incarcerated, Kodak has claimed that he has been beaten by guards, drugged and prevented from visits or making phone calls to his loved ones.