Officials Move to Revoke Kodak Black’s Bond in South Carolina Sexual Assault Case

Officials Move to Revoke Kodak Black’s Bond in South Carolina Sexual Assault Case

Kodak Black may never even get to taste freedom after he bonds out of federal custody, because officials in South Carolina have already moved to revoke his bond in an ongoing sexual assault case.


According to court records, officials in Florence County, South Carolina filed a motion Wednesday to revoke bond after the rapper’s arrest in Miami.

Kodak was arrested back in April after allegedly forcing a high school girl into bed and committing sexual battery. She later reported the alleged attack to her school nurse, and also claimed the rapper bit her on the neck and on the breast.


The girl, who was over 18 when the act allegedly occurred, was also given a rape kit after she reported the incident. The rapper eventually bonded out of jail for $100,000.


Kodak put up his house for collateral Wednesday in federal court, after he had been accused of lying on applications for firearms. It appears officials in South Carolina want his bond revoked after learning of the federal charges.


We’re told officials have up to 48 hours to release the rapper or appeal the bond he was given, and his legal team is unsure if or when he will get out.