The rapper was less than a month away from being eligible for his release from parole.
Tee Grizzley might be facing new legal troubles. A report from August 16 states that the Detroit rapper was arrested for parole violation on August 23. Before this news, Grizzley was set to be eligible for release from parole as of October 18, 2018. This is likely to change if he was in fact arrested and indicted.
Press has reached out to some of the legal authorities involved with his case as many details of his situation are still being kept private.
"According to the city of Detroit's offender search, Grizzley's 'assigned location' is at the Detroit Reentry Center, a facility adjacent to the jail that holds 'parolees, parole violators, probationers and prisoners.' XXL has reached out to the rapper's parole officer and publicist for comment."
Grizzley was placed on parole on October 18, 2018, after serving time in prison for multiple charges of robbery. He was found guilty of playing a part in these crimes that occurred at Michigan State University. The entertainer was charged with second degree home invasion and sentenced to a minimum of 1 year and 6 months to a maximum of 15.
The actions that led to the parole violation have yet to be publicly acknowledged. Some possibilities include leaving the state, possession of a firearm and contact with gang members.