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Young Thug is at present dogged by a 2017 automotive cease that led to a drug arrest and is working along with his authorized staff to get the case dropped. According to Thugger, police made an “illegal” cease and did not learn him his Miranda rights thus hoping to angle this in his favor.
The Blast writes:
On December 17, the rapper filed court docket paperwork in his drug possession case demanding proof be thrown out, particularly all of the statements he gave to cops following his arrest.
The rapper claims throughout his September 2017 arrest he was by no means learn his Miranda Rights by police throughout his arrest, and due to this fact all his statements needs to be stricken from the report.
He additionally claims the preliminary cease of his automotive by police for window tint was “illegal,” and believes cops didn’t have possible trigger to go looking the automobile.
Furthermore, he scoffs at allegations he had intent to promote medication, and claims there was no data concerning measuring paraphernalia or possession of contraband.
Young Thug was indicted by a grand jury again in September on drug possession and intent to promote costs. He faces three years in jail within the case.