Because of that, Manhattan Federal Judge Jed Rakoff put him under house confinement on August 11, according to the.
The judge went on to say that the rapper had “certainly made one of the better cases for locking himself up,” but still chose not to send the rapper to jail.
DMX's future appears murky after a Manhattan judge said on Wednesday (Aug.
9) that the "Party Up" star may have violated conditions of his bail. The rapper's lawyer, defense attorney Murray Richman, revealed that the issue at hand stems from the rapper's recent trip to St. According to Richman, X's trip was for family reasons. Louis without getting permission from the pretrial services officer," he said.
He has pleaded not guilty to those charges and was freed on 0,000 bail, according to .
Tyrese being given like seven words to read and still somehow finding a way to fuck them up.
DMX has been busted for driving without a license so many times, including earlier this year, that we wonder if he's ever had a license.
We dug through those cases and more to bring you A Complete History of DMX's Driving Arrests.
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This isn’t the first time DMX has been in trouble with the law.