YoungBoy Never Broke Again is free at last.
In a press statement via Rolling Stone Tuesday (October 26), YoungBoy’s defense lawyer Drew Findling expressed his happiness with the $1.5 million bail arrangement.
“I’m really, really happy for him,” Findling said. “This is the right result. It’s the fair result.”
Numerous reports upon YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s release detail the strict parameters of his house arrest which include a curfew, GPS monitoring and regular drug testing.
After RAPTV initially broke news of his release, YoungBoy Never Broke Again had a hold put on his release by the state of California.
In order to begin his house arrest in Utah, YoungBoy was required to appear in front of a Los Angeles Judge for charges related to the felony possession of an unregistered Masterpiece Arms 9 mm and a .45 caliber Glock Model 21 pistol he was indicted for in California back in September.
In addition to the strict terms of his house arrest, YoungBoy Never Broke Again was also ordered to pay $500,000 cash into a trust account of his attorneys before his released.