According to TMZ, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s child sex case has been closed by a judge due to his federal racketeering case. The judge, “revoked the 4-year probation, and gave 6ix9ine credit for time served.” In addition to having his probation removed, the rapper is no longer obligated to perform 1,000 hours of community service. Tekashi’s 6ix9ine’s defense lawyer Dawn Florio said in a statement,
“It’s impractical for someone who is in custody on federal charges to be simultaneously on probation. It just makes perfect sense and the judge approved it.”
Tekashi 6ix9ine was previously sentenced four years probation in October, for posting a video online of a 13-year-old girl engaged a sex act back in 2015. He currently awaits trial for racketerring charges, which takes place September 2019.