Decide Orders Baton Rouge Police Division To Return $47Okay To NBA YoungBoy That Was Taken From Him Throughout Arrest (Replace)
On Thursday, a judge ordered the return of more than $ 47,000 that was confiscated while NBA YoungBoy was making a video.
NBA YoungBoy attorney – James Manasseh – argued that the seizure of his money was unconstitutional due to a lack of evidence, according to The Advocate.
“One of Kentrell Gaulden’s attorneys argued in a court case that the seizure and detention of the cash was ‘illegal and unconstitutional’ because the state did not have sufficient evidence of the seizure of non-contraband goods.”
After the hearing, Judge Tiffany Foxworth signed an order for the Baton Rouge Police Department to return YoungBoys coins!
NBA YoungBoy and 15 others were arrested but not formally charged. District Attorney Hillar Moore III said he is still investigating the case.
“We will continue to do this and meet with the agencies involved before we make the appropriate accounting decision – probably at the beginning of the year,” he said.
Finally, Youngboy welcomed his sixth child. A mother of his children, Drea Symone, announced on Instagram that the couple had welcomed their daughter Kodi Capri to Instagram. Drea took a sweet note along with a photo of Kodi’s hand. The headline reads, “On November 26, 2020, on Thanksgiving Day, I was given a £ 7.5 reason to be more grateful. I really appreciated the days that followed … I can safely say that my heart is full !! Kodi Capri … “
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