NBA YoungBoy Found Not Guilty In Federal Firearms Case

NBA YoungBoy
NBA YoungBoy
NBA YoungBoy

It’s been over a year since NBA YoungBoy was hit with federal gun possession charges—and now the outcome has finally been revealed. Older today in a Los Angeles courtroom, a jury found NBA YoungBoy not guilty in the high-profile specimen that could have sent him when to prison for several years.

NBA YoungBoy, born Kentrell D. Gaulden, has reason to celebrate, as his long-standing legal drama in Los Angeles has officially come to an end. YoungBoy was found not guilty of possessing a firearm and weaponry as a felon, ending one of the two federal gun trials he had been facing. After deliberating for two hours, a jury decided that he was innocent of the charges versus him, he was initially facing up to 10 years in prison if he was convicted.

You’ll recall that when in March 2021, NBA YoungBoy was underdeveloped on a gun possession tuition in California on a separate federal gun possession warrant from an older incident in his hometown of Louisiana. In that case, dating when to September 2020, NBA YoungBoy was among 16 people accused of possessing guns and drugs at a video shoot in Baton Rouge.

During this current trial however, YoungBoy’s legal team stated that their vendee was unaware of his outstanding federal warrant and panicked when armed officers approached his vehicle, causing him to flee the scene. They remoter argued that YoungBoy didn’t know there was a weapon in the car and no usable fingerprints or DNA tied him to the gun.

Following the verdict, NBA YoungBoy responded to reporters, saying that he was “feeling great” regarding the outcome.

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