Snoop Dogg hasn't had the best luck with the law recently. The rapper was briefly brought into police custody in Sweden, before being released last week, and now he's had some trouble at Italian customs. 

Being the high roller that he is, Snoop was reportedly travelling with $422,000 in cash. Unfortunately he didn't actually declare the amount, and European law requires travellers carrying over 11 grand to do so.

As a result, it's being reported that about half of the money has been seized by authorities. This doesn't necessarily mean he won't get it back, but according to TIME, he may have to pay some sort of fee. 

Snoop is yet to comment on the situation.