Lil Boosie Gets Four Years For Violating House Arrest
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) – Baton Rouge rapper Torrence Hatch, better known as Lil Boosie, was back in court Monday after violating his probation.
District Court Judge Chip Moore revoked Hatch’s probation, sending him straight to jail.
Hatch was on house arrest with an ankle monitor. The monitor indicated that on more than one occasion, Hatch had violated the terms of his release.
Judge Moore doubled Hatch’s original sentence and ordered him to spend four years in prison.
Hatch was convicted of drug and gun charges in September.
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