Things aren’t looking good for #NBAYoungBoy and his latest run-in with the law, #Roommates. Recently we reported NBA Young Boy was arrested on assault and kidnapping charges, however because the offense took place while he was on probation, he’s looking at a 10-year prison sentence!
According to #TheAdvocate, prosecutors are now asking a Baton Rouge judge to revoke NBA Young Boy’s probation calling him a “threat to society.” NBA Young Boy, whose real name is #KentrellGaulden, was placed on probation after a fatal 2016 drive-by shooting he was allegedly involved in. He was charged on two counts of attempted first-degree murder and pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of aggravated assault with a firearm and was put on 3-year probation.
One of the stipulations of his probation was he had to remain arrest and conviction free. His probation revocation hearing is set for May 18th. He’ll be held in custody until the hearing.
We’ll keep you up to date on his trial, Roommates!