Young Buck will spend seven months in jail. The former G-Unit member was sentenced to the term in Nashville on Wednesday for violating the conditions of his supervised release and probation on an arrest from last month with pending domestic assault and vandalism charges.
Buck allegedly tried to contact an ex-girlfriend who had a restraining order more than 100 times in the past week and a half. In July, the rapper was arrested after he reportedly kicked down his ex’s front door and threatened to burn down her apartment. On July 28, Buck was taken into custody again for the July arrest, which was a violation of his probation. And though he was released on a $5,000 bond Aug. 1, the ex-girlfriend sought a protective court order, which prohibited Buck from contacting her directly or indirectly. Well, Buck, again, violated those terms.
Per the U.S. Attorney’s office, Brown violated the conditions of his release in that case as well as another from years earlier. After serving time for firearms charges, he began a three year term of supervised release in November 2013, the conditions of which he violated by using marijuana and providing a false urine sample.
See you again in 7 months, Buck.