Young Thug Denied Bond for Third Time in RICO Indictment
Young Thug was again denied binding by a federal decision in the ongoing RICO lawsuit on Thursday (August 18).
Young Thug was arrested in his May and charged with conspiracy to violate the RICO Act, he is a third of the time Young Thug was denied bail. Since then, the punk rapper has faced seven major offenses, ranging from possession with the intent to distribute controlled items to possession of unidentified illegal weapons, including computer pistols and mutilated shotguns.
Young Thug, who was charged with gang conspiracy under RICO’s full indictment, was recently denied most binding force because he feared he would intimidate witnesses in the case and pose a “threat to the community.” increase. Thug and Gunna will be joined by fellow YSL members PeeWee Roscoe, Duke, Yak Gotti, and Young Thug’s brother, Unfoonk.