Roommates, as NBA YoungBoy’s legal trouble continues to increase, it appears that things are getting worse well before they get better. Following his arrest in California back in late March, NBA YoungBoy was recently transferred back to his Louisiana hometown to face charges for the California arrest—and now the mugshot from that official booking has just been released.
NBA YoungBoy, whose real name is Kentrell Gaulden, is officially back in a Louisiana jail following his arrest in California on federal gun charges. He was formally booked into the St. Martin Parish Jail on April 14th, where he will remain on a federal hold by the U.S. Marshal’s Service. Los Angeles police previously arrested YoungBoy on the federal warrant from Baton Rouge—for which a grand jury handed down an indictment for felony possession of a firearm back in March.
Meanwhile, as we previously reported, U.S. District Judge Shelly Dick formally ordered that NBA YoungBoy remain detained in jail pending trial. Judge Dick’s ruling was reportedly based on YoungBoy’s history of violating probation, along was his “characteristics.” Additionally, the Louisiana State Attorney noted that another reason he should remain in jail is because of his considerable wealth, stating that YoungBoy’s ability to quickly post bail and return back to the streets is of great concern.
The State Attorney also said, “despite the recommendation of the United States Probation and Pre-Trial Services Department that the defendant presents a risk of danger.”
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