DMX could be sent back to prison for violating bail

DMX Violated His Bail Bond in Tax Evasion Case Sir, Your Cell is Waiting

DMX Violated His Bail Bond in Tax Evasion Case Sir, Your Cell is Waiting

The controversial rapper, who is now out on bail in a tax evasion case, recently went to visit family in St. Louis without informing the judge.

If you haven't heard, the rapper/actor is accused of cheating the IRS out of $1.7 million in taxes and he could be headed back to prison for violating the conditions of his bail. He pleaded "not guilty" to the charges last month, and was released from jail after posting a $500,000 bond; however, his release was issued with specific terms, including a strict travel restriction that prohibited him from leaving NYC without permission.

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The Yonkers rapper violated the conditions of his bail for tax evasion by heading out of town and not telling his parole officer.

According to Page Six, Manhattan judge Jed Rakoff received an order indicating that the embattled star "may have violated the terms of his pretrial release in numerous respects".

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DMX's attorney, Murray Richman, tells TMZ ... it seems like X just forgot, because he was preoccupied with the trip.

Judge Rakoff has requested the rapper to appear in court this Friday to address the possible violation.

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The 46-year-old, born Earl Simmons, surrendered to NY authorities on 13 July (17) after he was slapped with 14 federal counts of tax evasion and accused of failing to pay $1.7 million (£1.3 million) to America's Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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