It is only been a couple times but Atlanta rapper Young Thug is apparently presently possessing a challenging time behind bars.
According to his legal professional, Brian Steel, Thugga is getting subjected to “dungeon-like” jail problems that violate his Constitutional legal rights, notably, the Eighth Amendment, which is supposed to protect inmates from cruel and unconventional punishment.
The “Super Slimey” co-creator’s attorney submitted an unexpected emergency motion to transfer for his instant release.
Steel statements his customer stays in solitary confinement inside of a “windowless cement compartment with only a mattress and a toilet and an overhead light which stays on 24 hours for every working day.” And allegedly Thug has “no prospect to work out, shower or have human get in touch with.”
The YSL chief was arrested at his Atlanta mansion on Monday for allegedly violating Georgia’s Racketeer Motivated and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute.
His close friend and rapper, Gunna, and 26 other associates had been stated as defendants in the 88-page indictment, which claims gang-relevant crimes allegedly dedicated by YSL (Youthful Slime Daily life).
Subsequent Thug’s arrest, he was hit with more felony counts bordering the Monday raid on his home.
The new rates are rather really serious, they include possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm all through the fee of a felony, possession of a sawed-off-shotgun, and 3 rates of unlawful participation in criminal gang action although utilized by/connected with a prison road gang.