Kodak Black Sues Bureau Of Prisons
Written by Rika C on September 23, 2020
Kodak Black is suing the Federal Bureau of Prisons for gross mistreatment where he alleges he was forced to defecate on himself. Since being incarcerated at the federal prison in Kentucky, Kodak Black has made several complaints about the inhumane treatment he has been enduring. Along with his numerous social media rants about his prison-life woes, which includes him allegedly being beaten by guards and made a spectacle of much to his mortifying disgrace, Kodak’s lawyer has been threatening to sue the institution that oversees the United States penitentiaries for months. Now that attorney Bradford Cohen has finally come to make good on that promise, he is suing the director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the warden, and the institution itself for the guards’ unlawful torment of Kodak Black. The rapper has alleged that he has been beaten and humiliated on a number of occasions. In addition to the torture, Kodak Black is also suing for violation of his own religious right. According to court documents, Kodak, whose real name is Bill Kapri, is a Hebrew Israelite, but he is allegedly being denied access to a rabbi to practice his faith while other inmates get access to the clergy.