Tekashi 6ix9ine, ultra-controversial SoundCloud rapper, has had his child sex case closed as his probation was nullified due to his current incarceration on racketeering and firearms charges. TMZ reports that he is no longer on probation and he has been given credit for time served, citing the federal racketeering and firearms charges against 6ix9ine “as a reason for the decision.”
6ix9ine was sentenced to four years of probation in October 2018 for the use of a 13-year-old child in a sexual performance. He was also ordered to complete community service and refrain from gang affiliation, among other requirements. On November 18, 6ix9ine and several associates were arrested on federal crime charges. The Brooklyn rapper is currently in federal custody and is facing a maximum penalty of life in prison.
He has pled not guilty.