YoungBoy Never Broke Again allegedly tried to outwit his probation officer and was caught trying to fake a drug test.
According to documents obtained by XXL, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Intermediate District of Louisiana charged YoungBoy Never Broke Again with allegedly using a urinary device to pass a drug test. The incident happened on July 26 when his probation officer in Utah ordered YB to come to the office for a drug test.
Initially, the Louisiana rapper reportedly had several excuses for why he couldn’t pass a drug test, including not renewing his driver’s license and not getting a drive. On July 26, the day he was due for a drug test, YB called his probation officer and said his driver had been in a car accident and had an expired driver’s license.
However, NBA YoungBoy managed to get an Uber and drove to the office for testing where he was caught faking his urine sample with a device.
“During the screen, the observing officer noticed that a device was being used to allow urine to enter the test cup,” said Ronald C. Gathe, Jr. of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the intermediate district of Louisiana. “When questioned, the accused quickly pulled up his pants. The accused denied using a device and did not comply with the officers’ attempts to view the device. The accused was informed that the test would be canceled and a second sample would be required.”
“After the request, the accused was allowed to obtain water,” he continued. “The defendant was instructed to remain in the lobby and not to leave under any circumstances; however, the defendant left the office without permission before providing a second sample.”
The next day, July 27, YB took a drug test and his urine sample came back positive for THC. The beleaguered rapper also admitted that he vaped.
Additionally, NBA YoungBoy allegedly violated his probation by going to a recording studio in California without getting permission from his probation officer, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
This all stems from NBA YoungBoy’s attorneys requesting that the rapper be released from house arrest after he was acquitted of the felony possession of firearms charge in Los Angeles last month. The Last Slimeto The creator is currently under house arrest in Utah as he battles his gun case in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
However, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Louisiana wants the judge to impose even tougher restrictions on YB’s house arrest, including increased frequency of drug testing and treatment for the drug. substance addiction. They also want him to appear in a Louisiana court and be reprimanded for his violations of his bail conditions.
XXL has reached out to YoungBoy’s attorney Never Broke Again and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Intermediate District of Louisiana for comment.
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