Kodak Black Found Guilty Of Violating House Arrest, Will Be Sentenced May 4

It’s not looking good for Kodak Black. Kodak was found guilty of five of six counts of violating the terms of his house arrest during Wednesday’s hearing, the Sun-Sentinel reports.

Kodak was accused of attacking a bartender at Miami-Dade’s Club Lexx gentleman’s club, attending Adrien Broner match in Cincinnati, OH, and disrupting his anger management class by repeatedly burping.

Kodak’s battery charge appears to be going in his favor several witnesses took to the stand to dispute the assault claims of Jennifer Cunningham.

Surveillance shows Kodak hugging Cunning after the alleged incident.

The club’s manager, Baljit Singh, revealed while on the stand that Cunningham was drunk and tried to grab the rapper’s genitals.

“When she gave him a hug she grabbed his genitals and said I want to talk to you and he proceeded to tell her you are not my type and she got mad and walked out,” Singh said.

Dexter Burney, a security guard at Club Lexx, also took the stand to refute Cunningham’s allegations.

He corroborated Singh’s claims that Cunningham touched Kodak’s genitals.

“She told me she grabbed his meat,” he said.

Jennifer Cunningham, 34, told police Kodak “approached her and started acting belligerent” around 3 a.m., Sun-Sentinel reports.

“After I pushed him away he started swinging his hands towards me, like he was tying to attack me,” Jennifer Cunningham said, according Local 10 News. “As he’s trying to attack me, I’m grabbing (his arms) to defend myself.”

Cunningham admitted she didn’t see a doctor for her injuries until two weeks after the alleged assault. Cunningham did, however, file a report the day of the incident.

“Basically, I was a victim and assaulted by a gentleman that had no right to put his hands on me,” Cunningham said, according to the Sun-Sentinel. “And I don’t tolerate that.”

No formal charges have been filed in the alleged incident.

A Miami-Dade police officer told the court Cunningham seemed more interested in her getting surveillance video for a civil case than pursuing criminal battery charges, ABC Local 10 News reports.

“Her case is still open because she hasn’t come in to speak to me,” Det. D.D. Rollins told the Sun-Sentinel.

Cunningham reportedly said the rapper got up on the bar while she was working, preventing her from accessing a cooler to serve drinks to customers. When she asked Kodak to get down from the bar, he made a handgun gesture with two fingers and pushed them against her temple. She pushed Kodak away, and then he started swinging at her, and kicked her near her right shoulder.

Prosecutors are looking to send Kodak to state penitentiary for eight years. Kodak’s mother, Marcelene Octave, wailed after hearing her son was found guilty of probation violation.

“My son!” she screamed, according to the Sun-Sentinel.

Kodak reportedly sat silent as he heard his mother’s anguish.

Kodak will be sentenced on May 4.

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