Kodak Black in a Fort Lauderdale Courtroom For Violating House Arrest!! — Kodak Black appeared in a Fort Lauderdale courtroom on Wednesday (April 19) for a hearing to determine whether he’d stay behind bars for violating his house arrest earlier this year. Atlantic Records executives were reportedly in attendance as well.

Brett Clarkson of The Sun Sentinel was on hand for the judicial proceedings as a corrections officer Sandra Friedman—the one who wrote the warrant for Kodak’s rearrest in late February—took the stand to testify regarding Kodak’s character.

Kodak’s house arrest, handed down to him in August of last year, allowed him to leave home and travel for pre-approved work purposes only, and according to Friedman, Kodak violated those terms by appearing at a strip club in Miami and a boxing match in Cincinnati without approval. “He was supposed to be at the recording studio until 4 a.m., not the strip club,” Friedman said in court today. Kodak’s lawyers have argued both of those appearances are promotional in nature.