Rapper Chillinit films & roll a joint in COURT & # 39; before posting scandalous video on Instagram
- Sydney rapper Chillinit has posted a video in which he appears to be appearing in court
- He was in charge of driving a vehicle while in possession of a disqualified driver's license
- Filmed himself with what looked like marijuana in the local court of Sutherland
A rapper has filmed that he appears to be rolling a joint during a court hearing.
Sydney artist Chillinit, real name Blake James Turnell, was confronted with driving charges on Tuesday at Sutherland Local Court while being disqualified.
In the video shared with his 200,000 Instagram followers, the 25-year-old seemed to cut dried plants that resemble marijuana.
With the video, he played a Kachafire song entitled Collie Herb Man.
Sydney rapper Chillinit filmed himself with a marijuana on Tuesday during a lawsuit at Sutherland Local Court (photo)
Turnell (photo) seemed to cut dried plants that resemble marijuana in the video shared with his 200,000 Instagram followers
& # 39; Joints roll at the courthouse like IDGAF (I don't give f * ck), & # 39; he wrote at the post.
Earlier Turnell saw the courthouse walk in with a sealed bag in his hip bag.
On September 21, Turnell reportedly drove a black Chrysler while holding a disqualified driver's license in Hurstville, southern Sydney.
The rapper received bail according to the instructions not to occupy the front seat of a vehicle.
Judicial documents showed that the rapper had previously been confronted with a series of other charges.
The rapper (photo) was accused of driving in September on a disqualified driver's license
& # 39; The suspect has recently had a number of charges and he has a disqualified driving license pending at the court & # 39 ;, according to the documents, The Daily Telegraph reported.
& # 39; Although traffic related the accused does not seem to understand how serious it is to continue to insult, & # 39; said court documents.
& # 39; It is likely that a custodial sentence can be imposed if there is a continuation of driving offenses. & # 39;
Photos & # 39; s on Turnell & # 39; s Instagram show that he seems to smoke marijuana in different places.
He has more than 60,000 subscribers to YouTube and plays in January at one of Australia's largest music festivals, Fomo.
The case must be resumed in court on November 5.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Caliber Artist Management on behalf of Chillinit for comments.
The rapper's Instagram shows him smoking marijuana in different places (photo)
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