Young Buck didn’t have the best of weekends. The Tennessee rapper was in federal prison, and him threatening to burn his ex-girlfriend’s apartment was only part of the reason.
Jail officials in Kentucky tell TMZ Buck was booked into Warren County Regional on Thursday. According to docs filed by the U.S. Attorney … the government moved to revoke Buck’s probation and ordered him locked up “on the basis that he may flee and that he poses a danger to others.”
Buck is on probation for a 2012 gun charge — federal agents found illegal firearms in his home during a raid — and that’s why the government brought him into custody.
As we previously reported, the rapper was also arrested last month for allegedly threatening to torch his ex-GF’s apartment.
Buck was released on Monday, but is due back in court when a judge will decided if his probation will be revoked.
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