Tekashi69 simply had his youngster sex case in New York shut by a judge, yet it's not actually as large a break as it shows up.We're told a judge renounced the 4-year probation, and gave 6ix9ine credit for time served. Tekashi never again needs to perform 1,000 hours of network benefit. The judge refered to Tekashi's government racketeering case as a purpose behind the choice. Tekashi's legal advisor, Lance Lazzaro, tells TMZ ...on the grounds that 6ix9ine is imprisoned on the government case, they can't implement the terms of probation nor would they be able to uphold network benefit.As we detailed ... Tekashi got 4 years probation in his youngster sex case, which was a HUGE break at the time and precisely what his legitimate group had asked. At the time, the arrangement was he would need to stay out of trouble clean and cease from partner with any group individuals and maintain a strategic distance from all posse movement.
Thing is ... inconvenience appeared to pursue Tekashi pretty much wherever he went. You'll review gunfire ejected amid the rapper's festival after his court hearing. sHis protector got hit. Under about fourteen days after the fact, he almost went to blows with Slim 400 amid an outing to SoCal. Not long after that, shooters opened fire at the Beverly Hills chateau Tekashi leased for the recording of his music video. In any case, the tremendous sledge dropped only days after the fact - Tekashi was busted in a government racketeering case asserting Tekashi and his team contrived to perpetrate a large number of wrongdoings ... counting drug bargains, outfitted burglaries and shootings. The Manhattan D.A's. office had no remark.Tekashi faces life in jail in that government prosecution