Young Thug Blames Police Of Ill-advised Treatment In 2017 Drug Arrest Dec 19, 2018

Young Thug is putting the blame on the cops

Over a year removed from his capture for weapon and drug charges back in September 2017, Young Thug is attempting his best to have his charges tossed out the window. As indicated by a report The Blast published yesterday (Dec. 17), the 27-year-old filed court reports requesting that his case gets rejected because of ill-advised treatment by cops amid his capture in Brookhaven, Ga.

Young Thug filed reports guaranteeing that he was never read his Miranda Rights by police amid his capture. Therefore, he needs the entirety of his announcements expelled from the record. He likewise expresses that it was unlawful for cops to stop his vehicle and did not have enough motivation to look through his vehicle.

As was recently detailed, cops discovered methamphetamine, maryjane, hydrocodone, weapons, and nearly $50,000 in real money within Thug’s vehicle at the season of his capture. An grand jury prosecuted the rapper for drug ownership and intent to distribute.

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A month ago, the Slime Language rapper was re-arrested for neglecting to finish a court-requested drug test. He has been ordered to take week by week drug tests and go to an outpatient drug treatment program.

Young Thug is right now looking up to three years in prison for charges identified with his September 2017 arrest.

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