Young Buck has landed back in jail for violating his federal probation. TMZ reports the Tennessee rapper had his probation revoked and was locked up in the Warren County Regional jail “on the basis that he may flee and that he poses a danger to others.”
Buck is on probation for a 2012 gun charge — federal agents found illegal firearms in his home during a raid — and that’s why the government brought him into custody.
As we previously reported, the rapper was also arrested last month for allegedly threatening to torch his ex-GF’s apartment.
The feds released him Monday, but he’ll be back in court for a hearing on the probation revocation.
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