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Entertainment DMX violates bail, back in jail after failed drug test

22:45  30 january  2018
22:45  30 january  2018 Source:   wonderwall.com

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DMX is headed back to jail after a judge revoked his bail . U.S. Attorney Spokesman Nicholas Biase says prosecutors referenced the video TMZ got of DMX last week. Something definitely seemed off as he preached in a St. Louis airport bar.

Rapper DMX was taken back into custody on Tuesday after failing a drug test associated with his probation. 14, he pleaded guilty to tax evasion, and was released on bail with several strict conditions. On Tuesday, DMX was taken back to court after failing a random drug test last week.

a man wearing sunglasses posing for the camera: DMX performs at Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival in New York City on July 15, 2017. © Rick Davis / Splash News DMX performs at Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival in New York City on July 15, 2017.

DMX is back in a familiar place: jail.

TMZ reports that the rapper was taken into custody on Jan. 30 for failing drug tests, which violates his probation in his tax evasion case.

The rapper has reportedly been arrested 20 times for a variety of crimes over the years.

In his recent violation, TMZ said the judge ruled DMX was a flight risk after testing positive for opiates, cocaine and oxycodone. He's previously failed drug tests in the past.

The arrest comes a week after a video surfaced showing DMX at a St. Louis airport bar. The video shows him preaching to fellow patrons and appearing under the influence. Witnesses told TMZ that he was drinking and buying shots for other patrons.

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DMX recently violated his conditions while out on bond,so the Judge has put him on house arrest while he awaits his tax fraud court hearing. Support our

DMX was taken into custody in a Manhattan court Tuesday morning for failing drug tests , reports Prosecutors pointed to that video in making their recommendation for him to be jailed , according to According to TMZ, the judge said DMX had told a "great big lie" when he agreed to his bail terms.

DMX et al. posing for the camera: DMX in 2016. © Rick Davis / Splash News DMX in 2016.

Prior to Tuesday's arrest, DMX was out on bail for his tax evasion case. Under terms of the bail, he was required to abstain from drugs and alcohol. In fact, he was supposed to be completing rehab.

DMX's attorney, Murray Richman, told the wesbite, "I'm saddened and disappointed. We'll have to deal with it accordingly." His lawyer added that he will try to get X back in rehab.

The "Ruff Ryders Anthem" rapper will be sentenced in March.

DMX standing posing for the camera: DMX performs during the 2014 Masters of Ceremony concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Jan. 24, 2014. © WENN DMX performs during the 2014 Masters of Ceremony concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Jan. 24, 2014.

On July 13, 2017, the rapper was arrested and charged with 14 counts of tax evasion. He pled not guilty to the charges and posted a $500,000 bail.

In the charging documents, the U.S. Attorney's Office said DMX had concealed his income for several years and owed the federal government about $2 million. The feds alleges that X avoided bank accounts and used surrogates to hide his money. He also lived mostly on cash.

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DMX is currently on probation for his tax evasion case. The Yonkers native was placed under house arrest in August 2017 after testing positive for cocaine while out on bail . Unfortunately, DMX was taken into custody this morning (January 30) after testing positive for opioids, oxycodone, and cocaine.

DMX pleaded not guilty to federal charges that he concealed income from the government for years to avoid paying .7 million (USD) in taxes. Earl Simmons, 46, whose stage name is DMX , was released on 0,000 bond.

Documents also show that in 2011 and 2012, he made nearly $900,000, but listed his income as "unknown." The following year he said he made $10,000, but authorities believe he actually made $250,000.

In late November 2017, DMX struck a plea deal in his ongoing case, pleading guilty to one count of tax evasion in New York.

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