Kodak Black enters a culpable plea for sexual conduct in South Carolina – has to apologize to the sufferer and undergo counseling
TSR Updatez: Kodak Black pleaded guilty to a case of sexual behavior in Florence County, South Carolina in 2016.
He was in court with his attorney today when he pleaded guilty to assault and first-degree battery, according to the WPDE.
Kodak has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and has to wait 18 months on probation. This means that in his case, the judge delayed the actual serving of the sentence to allow Kodak to conduct a probationary period. If Kodak does not break the law during this time and meet the conditions of his probation, the judge will likely dismiss the verdict.
Regarding the terms of his sentence, Kodak must apologize to the victim and take full responsibility for what happened. He must also go through a consultation.
To refresh your memory on this case, Kodak Black was accused of sexually assaulting a young girl in a Florence County hotel room. The teenager first reported it to her school nurse in Richland County, and her school clerk stepped in and brought the allegations to the attention of the Florence County Sheriff’s Office.
Kodak was arrested and released from Florence District Detention Center in December 2016 on a $ 100,000 loan.
It took a little over four years to get this case through the system with Kodak’s ongoing legal troubles in other states, including Florida.
It seems he made an effort to clear these cases out, but this was the only case meant to come back to haunt him.
We reported back in January that this sexual assault case was still pending, despite then-President Donald Trump pardoning Kodak Black from his federal gun case.
Let’s hope Kodak has no problems and goes a better way.
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