Kodak Black was recently placed in solitary confinement for being on a three-way call with a third party he wasn't supposed to speak to.
His lawyer Bradford Cohen immediately protested the move, saying he's never heard of someone getting thrown in the hole for a three-way call. His complaint worked.
"After we objected to the move and requested they provide details about how many other inmates were punished in a similar way, the Sheriffs office decided to remove him from solitary confinement," Cohen said in an email to Pitchfork.
Kodak returns to gen pop with a nice bonus. Chris Brown put $10,000 in his prison commissary account.
Fresh out the bing... that boy @chrisbrown just dropped 10 racks on my books, that’s love.— Kodak Black (@KodakBlack1k) March 19, 2018
Black has been locked up since his Florida home was raided earlier this year and the cops found drugs and guns.
He faces charges of possession of a weapon or ammunition, marijuana possession, and two counts of probation violations.
Black is on probation as a part of a plea deal he struck in 2016 on charges including robbery, false imprisonment, fleeing a law enforcement officer and possession of a firearm by a delinquent.
Additionally, he is facing 30 years in South Carolina for criminal sexual conduct.