Chief Keef Arrested In Georgia


Seventeen-year-old rapper Chief Keef continues to find himself tangled in legal troubles this morning as news of yet another arrest has begun surfacing online.

According to an article on TMZ, Keef was taken into custody while in DeKalb County, Georgia yesterday on charges of “disorderly conduct.” The events leading up to police involvement remain unclear, but Keef was allowed to leave last night (presumably after paying a small fine). After he was free, Keef tweeted “Jus Got Out Of Dekalb County jail In Atlanta Mad As fuck.”

This isn’t the first time Keef has had a run in with the law. He has at least two additional arrests on his record, including a gun possession as well as a charge for violating probation that landed him in jail for three months at the beginning of 2013. Additionally, Keef is currently facing a paternity suit from a middle-school-aged girl who claims he fathered a child with her when he was only fifteen.

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