Details are scarce about Tekashi 6ix9ine's legal situation but we'll take any information we can get at this point. As the rainbow-haired rapper continues to fight for his freedom, it seems as though everybody that has been associated with him finds themselves in some sort of trouble. 

According to Page Six, a member of Tekashi 6ix9ine's security detail struck a plea deal today for a brawl that occurred a few months ago. Back in October, Zachary Bunce was involved in a fight at Philippe Chow, an upscale restaurant in New York City, where Tekashi was scheduled to be having dinner to celebrate dodging jail time in his child sex case. When he arrived with Faheem Walter, they were allegedly turned away by security guards working for 6ix9ine's new manager. At that point, a brawl broke out. Chairs were thrown, shots were fired, etc. 

Walter's case is still pending at the time of publication but Bunce got off with 3 years of probation. The security guard copped a plea deal for one count of misdemeanor assault today. 

Tekashi was not involved in the fight. He currently is spending time in prison on unrelated charges. We'll keep you updated on Walter's sentencing once that's determined.