Rapper Kodak Black is back in jail — this time for violating the terms of his house arrest, according to court documents.
The 19-year-old Pompano Beach rapper, whose given name is Dieuson Octave, was arrested during a Tuesday hearing in Broward County after he went to a Miami strip club and a boxing match in Ohio without prior approval.
Octave was seen in a video at Club Lexx in Miami on Feb. 1, when he was supposed to be in his home in Pembroke Pines, according to court documents. Octave was also caught on video while attending a Feb. 18 boxing match featuring Adrien Broner in Cincinnati, Ohio, records show.
Octave is allowed to leave his home for work engagements or other special activities if approved by an officer beforehand, documents show.
The document also says that Octave failed to complete an anger management program as a condition of his probation.
“We’re vigorously defending him and we’re moving forward,” said Allan Stephen Zamren, who along with lawyer Gary Kollin, represent Octave. “We’re hopeful that he will be cleared of everything.”
Octave was arrested in October 2015 in Pompano Beach, accused of forcing several people into a car after he suspected someone of breaking into his house. Released on bond, he was then arrested in April in Hallandale Beach in connection with a suspected drug deal.
Both arrests were rolled into one case in a hearing Aug. 16. In a plea deal, Octave pleaded no contest to charges including robbery, false imprisonment, fleeing a law enforcement officer and possession of a firearm by a delinquent.
Octave was facing a maximum of 55 years in prison, but was sentenced to a year of house arrest and five years of probation as a part of the plea deal.
Octave was also jailed in 2016 in St. Lucie on misdeameanor