Kodak Black
Rapper Kodak Black is pictured on Aug. 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California. Getty Images

Rapper Kodak Black, who just completed anger management courses for a prior charge, has reportedly been indicted on sexual assault charges in South Carolina Monday.

The 20-year-old rapper, whose real name is Dieuson Octave, was indicted on first-degree sexual conduct charges by a grand jury in Florence County, South Carolina, according to Twelfth Circuit Solicitor Ed Clements and reported by ABC-affiliate WPDE.

According to a police report, the rapper assaulted a teenage girl following a February 2016 performance at the local Treasure City nightclub. The girl initially reported the incident to a school nurse and a school official informed the Florence County Sheriff’s Office, which led to Black's arrest.

The assault reportedly took place at a Comfort Inn Comfort Inn and Suites in Florence County, South Carolina, where the rapper was set to perform. If convicted, Black faces up to 30 years in prison.

Black was arrested in November 2016 and released from the Florence County Detention Center Dec. 1 on a $100,000 bond. After he was released from jail, the rapper took to social media and posted an image of himself with a message regarding his freedom.

"I'm happy to be finally going back home to my family and friends," the Instagram caption read. "I look forward to clearing my name in the near future."

Kodak Black's official Twitter account posted a message Nov. 30 that read: "If God Is With You Who Can Be Against You."

By the next day, it was retweeted over 13,000 times.

A December 2016 report said that the woman Black was accused of sexually assaulting was a fan from Columbia, South Carolina. The victim and a friend headed back to the hotel to spend time with the rapper and another individual, according to the report.

Black and the woman went into another room together, the woman told authorities. The attack began between 11:40 p.m. on Feb. 6 and 1:30 a.m. on Feb. 7, the report said.

Black allegedly pushed the woman onto the bed and then to the floor, where he bit and sexually assaulted her, the report read. He told the woman that he "couldn’t help himself" as she yelled and tried to push him away.

After the incident, the woman informed her school nurse and a warrant was issued for Black May 26. After he was sentenced Aug. 16, Black was transferred to St. Lucie County on an outstanding marijuana charge and then to South Carolina.

This wasn’t the first time the Florida-based rapper face an assault charge.

Black recently finished an anger-management program from another case after he violated a house arrest sentence from a February probation-violation charge. The rapper was detained May 2016 on charges including armed robbery, possession of a firearm by a delinquent, false imprisonment and fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement.