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Tekashi 6ix9ine has had his child sex case in New York revoked by a judge.

6ix9ine plead guilty to the use of a child in a sexual performance on October 20, 2015. The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office outlined the exact terms of the charge which are as follows:

A person is guilty of the use of a child in a sexual performance if knowing the character and content thereof he employs, authorizes or induces a child less than seventeen years of age to engage in a sexual performance or being a parent, legal guardian or custodian of such child, he consents to the participation by such child in a sexual performance.

6ix9ine was sentenced to four years probation in October 2018 over the child sex case. He was sentenced to serve 1,000 hours of community service and refrain from gang affiliation.

TMZ has reported that a judge has revoked this probation and given 6ix9ine credit for time served. The report has noted that the judge cited the federal racketeering case against 6ix9ine as a “reason for the decision.”

Lance Lazzaro —6ix9ine’s lawyer— has told TMZ that “because 6ix9ine is incarcerated on the federal case, they can’t enforce the terms of probation nor can they enforce community service.”

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Earlier this week it was revealed that the controversial rapper is facing a $500k lawsuit after skipping a show back in October.

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