DMX Fails 4 Drug Tests, Sentenced to House Arrest

12 August, 2017, 00:50 | Author: Laverne Higgins
  • Rapper DMX Ordered Confined to Home on Tax Fraud Charges

In July, the NY native whose birth name is Earl Simmons, was arrested on suspicion of tax evasion for allegedly owing the IRS more than $1 million in back taxes. He also confirmed TMZ's report that X tested positive for cocaine and marijuana.

DMX is on house arrest. X also violated another term of the bail by leaving the state of NY without court permission.

Although DMX is out on bail for his tax evasion case, one of the conditions of his bail was that he remain drug-free.

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According to DMX's lawyer, the rapper spent some time in St. Louis, Mo. a few weekends ago without asking his probation officer for permission. He has also been ordered to wear an ankle monitor and can not even step outside to mow the lawn, according to the report. He is now out on $500,000 bond, and has pleaded not guilty to the charges. The feds allege that X avoided bank accounts and used surrogates to hide his money. The following year he said he made $10,000, but authorities believe he actually made $250,000.

DMX could be headed back to jail less than a month after pleading not guilty to cheating the IRS out of $1.7 million in taxes.

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