Chief Keef Arrest Warrant Issued After He Misses Court Appearance
An arrest warrant has been issued for rapper Chief Keef after he missed a court appearance over a car crash in September.
According to TMZ.com, the embattled star, real name Keith Farrelle Cozart, was involved in a fender bender in Hollywood, California, earlier this year.
When police arrived at the scene, they ran Keef's info and discovered he was driving on a suspended or revoked license.
The website reports that court documents stated that Keef was cited at the scene and ordered to appear in court earlier this month.
However, he skipped the scheduled appearance, leading to the judge in charge issuing a warrant for his arrest.
It's the latest in a string of legal dramas for the "I Don't Like" rapper.
He pleaded not guilty to drug possession after being arrested in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, after allegedly trying to board a plane with four marijuana cigarettes and edibles in his backpack.
He previously had a warrant issued for his arrest in May, when he failed to show up for an arraignment hearing in Miami, Florida to face counts relating to his April bust for driving under the influence (DUI) and drug possession.
The April arrest marked his second DUI in three years.
He was also declared a fugitive in August, 2014, after failing to attend a hearing in his native Chicago, Illinois for the same charge.
His arrest in that incident took place in March, 2014, just days after he completed a court-ordered stint in rehab to deal with his marijuana habit.