Kodak Black Sexual Assault Case Reportedly Still
Written by 1.02010 on January 21, 2021
Soon, Kodak Black will be somewhat of a free man all thanks to former President Donald Trump. However, the rapper will still have some legal things he would need to take care of, like his pending sexual assault case, according to TMZ. The pending case against Kodak from 2016 has been disrupted because of COVID. Although jury trials are suspended and there’s no court date scheduled, TMZ notes that prosecutors still want to “aggressively” go after Kodak. The rap star was indicted in South Carolina on a felony charge of first-degree criminal sexual conduct. Prosecutors tell the news site that they plan on pressing the case against Kodak until he gets a plea deal or there’s a trial. It was said that Trump commuting his sentence for a federal crime has NO impact on cases in state court, like the one he’s facing in South Carolina. Prosecutors in S.C. claim Kodak forced himself on an 18-year-old woman in a hotel room after a 2016 concert then allegedly raped her and biting her neck and right breast, according to legal docs. Kodak repeatedly faces up to 30 years in state prison, if convicted.