Florida Rapper Accused Of Attacking Woman After South Carolina Show
A Grand Jury has indicted Kodak Black on charges that he raped a teenage fan after a concert in 2016.
The jury handed down the indictment in April for felony criminal sexual conduct in the first degree, nearly a year after police in Florence, South Carolina first arrested the “Tunnel Vision” rapper, Twelfth Circuit Solicitor Ed Clements told BOSSIP.
According to public records, his alleged teen victim told police that he attacked her at a local Comfort Inn & Suites, biting her neck and breasts during the alleged assault.
If convicted, Kodak faces up to 35 years in prison. He has remained out on $100,000 bail.
Kodak Black’s attorney, Beattie Ashmore, told BOSSIP he was well aware the indictment and characterized it as simply part the judicial process.
No trial date has been set yet, and it wasn’t immediately clear Monday when Kodak Black was due back in court.