Tekashi 6ix9ine Released From Prison Over Coronavirus
Updated: It took a day extra but Tekashi 6ix9ine is officially released from jail today. The judge has ordered that the rapper shall serve the first 4 months in home incarceration, to be enforced by GPS monitoring. The order says:
“The Court accordingly finds that, in light of the heightened medical risk presented to Mr. Hernandez by the COVID-19 pandemic, there are extraordinary and compelling reasons to reduce Mr. Hernandez’s sentence in the manner requested––to wit, releasing Mr. Hernandez from custody and requiring him to serve his first four months of supervised release in home confinement, on specified conditions.”
His lawyer Lance Lazzaro said that his client was treated for shortness of breath last week but is feeling better now. “He has no intention of going into” witness protection, Mr. Lazzaro added. “He hopes to resume his career.”
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Amahiphop have gotten report streached from Rollingstone were more informations about the rapper 6 9 considered to be a threat to his own life.
Tekashi 6ix9ine yesterday was rumoured to get release from prison owing to his vulnerability and already diagnosed with bronchitis, Asthma and sinusitis late last year and had been hospitalized to treat both ailments.
So because his health status, his attorney characterized FEFE rapper as one who could possibly contact Coronavirus onslaught in prison. Meanwhile the rainbow hair catching some steam is probably under his attorney’s new file motion. Tekashi’s attorney sent latter to court on behalf of Gummo rapper, spilling over reasons and possibility of his client contacting the novel pandemic virus.
Additionally, attorney Lance Lazzaro said that Hernandez had been experiencing shortness of breath and was not being allowed to see a doctor by prison officials.
Tekashi 6ix9ine haven’t been released but stand chances of regaining his domestic freedom. Tekashi 6ix9ine will not be serving the rest of his prison sentence behind bars after requesting to be released to home to avoid contracting coronavirus because he is classed as a ‘vulnerable’ inmate.
Tekashi – real name Daniel Hernandez – is currently serving a 24-month sentence after pleading guilty to nine charges including conspiracy to murder and armed robbery. As he had already served 13 months of his two-year sentence in a jail, he was due to be released from an upstate New York prison in August 2020.