Kodak Black was supposed to learn if he violated the terms of his house arrest during a court hearing on Wednesday in Florida, but the hearing ran too long and will resume on Friday.

The 19-year-old rapper, real name Dieuson Octave, is facing two charges. Prosecutors are trying to prove if he violated his house arrest and if he assaulted a bartender during an unauthorized trip to a Miami strip club. If prosecutors can prove the assault occurred, Kodak Black could face eight years in prison, the Sun Sentinel reports.

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If prosecutors are unable to prove the assault but can still prove he violated his house arrest terms, the rapper could face six years in prison. Following a plea deal made in August over a number of charges he was facing, Kodak was ordered to a year of house arrest and five years of probation. 

According to the terms of his house arrest, the rapper must stay in his Florida home and is only allowed to leave with the permission of his probation officer for work-related activities. Kodak’s lawyers argue that his recent trips to a boxing match in Ohio and the strip club in Miami were promotional appearances. “We are vigorously defending this,” said the rapper’s lawyer.

During the Wednesday hearing, the corrections officer handling Kodak’s case took the stand, testifying that the rapper has failed to meet the conditions of his house arrest, including the completion of an anger management class.

“At 19, I don’t think he has a mentality yet to be able to handle everything being thrown at him at once,” said Florida Department of Corrections officer, Sandra Friedman. “I think he needs some people who are looking out for his interests. He needs to deal with his problems and he definitely needs anger management.”

Kodak Black is due back in court at 1:30 p.m. EDT on April 21.