Kodak Black's arrest alerted officials in South Carolina to a potential bond violation dating back to 2017.
According to TMZ, Kodak Black's recent US-Canada border issues could produce dire repercussions close to home in South Carolina. Last week, Kodak claimed he took a wrong turn at the border crossing due to the incomprehensible effects of a GPS navigator; he was reported missing by his entourage soon thereafter. The "Florida Man" was travelling to meet the requirements of a Boston concert booking when it all went down. Authorities were obliged to make his arrest after finding contraband in his Cadillac Escalade.
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As it turns out, the Florence County Solicitor’s Office caught wind of Kodak's ill-conceived border crossing and wants a piece of the action too. Officials in the principality are reviewing their preexisting dossier on Kodak to see if he violated a bond agreement that was made in April 2017 over a lingering sexual misconduct case in the SouthEast state.
As you know, Kodak Black was indicted back in April of 2017 after being accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in a South Carolina hotel. Within days, Kodak Black secured a $100,000 bond allowing him to avoid any further imprisonment/punishment up to this critical juncture. Kodak's arrest close to the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge has no correlation with his actions in South Carolina. It does however set of bells in the National Registry - better left untouched by an individual with such a spotty rap sheet.