Trapboy Freddy was not too long ago arrested on a federal gun cost and authorities reportedly found a tiger in his house in the course of the arrest.
The 300 Leisure rhymer was taken into custody at his Purple Fowl, Texas house on Wednesday (Aug. 17), XXL has confirmed. The arrest got here as the results of a federal warrant issued in opposition to the rapper for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and was carried out along with the Dallas Police Division and the U.S. marshals. Based on The Dallas Morning News, authorities found a tiger caged contained in the rapper’s house whereas taking him into custody. Dallas Animal Companies had been reportedly referred to as to gather the feline, who’s being held at an undisclosed location.
It’s unclear if the rapper will face further fees for housing the large cat, which is against the law in Dallas. Again in June, Trapboy Freddy posted footage on his Instagram web page posing with a tiger. It isn’t clear if this is similar animal present in his house.
Erin Dooley, a spokeswoman for the U.S. lawyer’s workplace for the Northern District of Texas, supplied an announcement to XXL about Freddy’s arrest.
“Devarius Dontez Moore, aka ‘Trapboy Freddy,’ was arrested at his residence on Wednesday morning on one depend of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. His preliminary look is slated for Friday at 10 a.m. central earlier than U.S. Justice of the Peace Decide David L. Horan.”
XXL has reached out to Trapboy Freddy’s workforce, the Dallas Police Division, the U.S. Legal professional’s Workplace and the U.S. Marshalls for remark.
Courtroom information present Trapboy Freddy, born Devious Moore, has a historical past of arrests in Dallas County together with fees of assault, evading arrest and possession of a managed substance with intent to distribute. He accused the DPD of using excessive force throughout an arrest in 2018.
Trapboy Freddy launched his newest album, Distractions, final August. He put out his most up-to-date single, “Harmless,” in June.
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