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Rapper Kodak Black's bond has been revoked and he will remain behind bars until his trial.

The rapper Kodak Black was granted release on $550,000 bond with house arrest from a Miami federal prison. He was arrested last week on two federal charges of “making a false statement in connection with the acquisition or attempted acquisition of a firearm.” He pleaded not guilty to both charges in court.

Now officials in South Carolina have moved to revoke his bond in an ongoing sexual assault case.

Kodak is accused of forcing a high school girl into bed and committing sexual battery. It is alleged that the rapper bit her on the neck and on the breast during the attack.

Officials have up to 48 hours to release the rapper or appeal the bond he was given, and his legal team is unsure if or when he will get out according to The Blast.