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Kodak Black details unfair treatment he receives while behind bars

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On Saturday, Kodak Black went to his Instagram account to detail the allegations of abuse he received from the police while serving his sentence behind bars.

He said, “On October 29, I was involved in an unknown substance here in Miami, FDC. This substance gave me an out of body experience and made me feel like I was possessed and dying slowly. Following this experience, I managed to get to the commander’s office to see a doctor (as shown on surveillance cameras). I was refused! It left me in a state of paranoia. “

He continued to say that he was in an altercation with another inmate and, when he requested medical treatment, he was again refused. Kodak claims that he was beaten so badly by the police that he was taken to the wheelchair box and spent 45 days there.

He also said, “During this time, I am fighting with another detainee and this officer is intervening to hurt himself and capitalize on my status as a local celebrity.”

As noted above, Kodak was sentenced to 46 months in prison for arms. Shortly thereafter, he was charged with two more firearm charges, which lasted up to 30 years for each charge. Nevertheless, it has been reported that he was looking to improve while serving his sentence.

He was apparently seeking to undergo a rehabilitation program in prison and also to obtain his university degree.

We send our prayers to Kodak Black during this time. Read what he had to say below:

TSR STAFF: Jade Ashley @ Jade_Ashley94

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