Three associates of NBA YoungBoy were arrested following a raid of his Houston home. The Texas residence was targeted by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in a raid that resulted in arrests and seizure of multiple weapons.
S.W.A.T. officers served a warrant at YoungBoy’s property on Tuesday morning. The home was purchased by Youngboy and is currently occupied by his mother, Sherhonda Gaulden.
YoungBoy is currently under house arrest in Utah due to his federal firearms case. It is not yet known if his mother was home when the police arrived. The three YoungBoy associates found on the property were taken into custody and charged with aggravated robbery and aggravated assault in connection to a shooting that took place in November 2021. During the shooting, a man was shot several times in the body and head. The man survived his injuries and is now out of the hospital.
The S.W.A.T. team reportedly seized AR-15 rifles, pistols, and long firearms.
YoungBoy continues to await trial for his federal gun charges. Meanwhile, his legal team worked double-time to get him a $1.5 million bail and to serve his house arrest in his Utah residence. Their success comes after failing to get the court to grant YoungBoy bail in an earlier attempt to get him released.
One of the NBA YoungBoy’s baby mothers, Arcola, is calling out the rapper for allegedly kicking their one-year-old son out of his home during a parental visit in Utah. YoungBoy was reportedly upset at something Arcola had posted about him on social media.
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