NBA YoungBoy’s mug shot launched after returning to Louisiana to indict his arrest in March
Roommates, as NBA YoungBoy’s legal troubles continue to mount, it seems like things are getting worse before they get better. Following his arrest in California in late March, NBA YoungBoy was recently brought back to his hometown in Louisiana to be charged with the arrest in California – and now the mug shot from that official booking has just been released.
NBA YoungBoy, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, is officially back in a Louisiana prison after his arrest in California. He was officially admitted to St. Martin Parish Jail on April 14, where he is federally held by the US Marshal’s Service. The Los Angeles police had previously arrested YoungBoy on the Baton Rouge federal warrant, for which a large jury had already pronounced a firearm felony charge in March.
As previously reported, US District Judge Shelly Dick officially ordered NBA YoungBoy to remain in jail pending trial. Judge Dick’s decision was reportedly based on YoungBoy’s history of parole violation, as well as his “characteristics”. Additionally, the Louisiana district attorney found that another reason he should stay in jail is because of his considerable wealth. YoungBoy’s ability to quickly deposit bail and get back on the road is of great importance.
The prosecutor also said, “Despite the recommendation by the US Parole Board that the accused poses a risk.”
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