The claims are said to include his Miranda Rights.
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The filing also claims the initial reason for the interaction was “unlawful” as the police did not have probable cause to search Thug’s vehicle after stopping him for tinted windows. His alleged “intent to sell” drugs is also being questioned. The defendant claims no definite measures of paraphernalia or possession was documented appropriately to justify his charges.
After last year’s arrest, the rapper was arrested again after he failed to pass a drug test. Thug has since been ordered to undergo weekly testing while participating in an outpatient drug rehabilitation program. Young Thug faces three years in prison.