Kodak Black’s Trespassing Case Dismissed

Kodak Black’s New Year’s Eve trespassing case has been released.

“Case dismissed yesterday, the State agreed that this arrest and charge were not warranted Quick legal discussion….a cease and desist letter is not a trespass notice,” his attorney Bradford Cohen. “A cease and desist to a corporation is not notice to an individual. An invitee to a home, by the legal renter/occupant cannot be trespassed by a landlord.”

Kodak was arrested on New Year’s Day for trespassing.

Broward Sheriff’s Officers “made contact with Bill Kapri” at about 1:30 a.m. Saturday near the 1600 block of Northwest 10th Drive in Golden Acres, Pompano Beach.


Officers did not give more information about his arrest.

The rapper was given a three-year federal prison sentence for falsifying documents used to buy weapons at a Miami gun store. His sentence was commuted by President Donald Trump on his last day in office in last January. The rapper was also sentenced to probation last April for assaulting a teenage girl in a South Carolina hotel room. He was originally charged with rape, but accepted a deal and pleaded guilty to first-degree assault. 

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