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Kodak Black has been found guilty of violating the terms of his house arrest. Broward Sheriff's Office

Rapper Kodak Black’s legal troubles continue to get worse. On Wednesday, the “Tunnel Vision” artist was found guilty on five of six counts of violating the terms of his house arrest. The rapper will have to wait until May 4 to learn if he will be facing any jail time.

The 19-year-old artist will remain in custody until his next hearing, the Sun Sentinel reports. According to the judge, by failing to complete a court-mandated anger management program, Kodak had violated his house arrest. The judge also said the rapper’s trips to a Miami strip club and a boxing match in Ohio were unauthorized.

Kodak was also have found to have failed not violating any laws, after a bartender at the Miami strip club accused him of assaulting her. The bartender, whose real name is Jennifer Cunningham, has yet to speak with police.

“Her case is still open because she hasn’t come in to speak to me,” said Detective D.D. Rollins of Miami. Rollins said it is common for accusers in cases like hers to not speak to police.

According to the Sun Sentinel, the state of Florida wants to give Kodak Black the maximum of eights years in prison. The rapper’s lawyers want him released, arguing that he has already spent almost 60 days in jail since he was arrested on Feb. 28.

Aside from his house arrest violation, Kodak is still facing a charge of criminal sexual conduct in South Carolina after he was accused of sexually assaulting a woman. The charge carries a maximum of 30 years in prison if he is convicted.

Kodak Black’s next hearing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on May 4.