Remy Ma’s Prison Release Delayed

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By: Camille Augustin / July 31, 2014

Hold the homecoming party. Remy Ma isn’t home just yet.

After serving six years at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women in New York for assault, coercion, and criminal possession of a weapon, the 24-year-old rapper was set to become a free woman today (July 31). However, Revolt reports that a “disciplinary problem” that happened on July 21 where an alleged altercation broke out between Reminisce Smith and another inmate, resulting in Rem spending some time in solitary confinement, will delay her release.

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Officials stated that her husband Papoose took the news in stride as family, fans, fancy cars and more awaited Rem to strut out of the building at 8am. Stay tuned for more details.



UPDATE: According to MTV News, Remy Ma’s interview with Angie Martinez may have nipped the rapper’s freedom in the bud. Linda Foglia, a public information officer for the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, said, “Remy Smith’s tentative release date of July 31 was postponed due to a misbehavior report involving a July 21 incident for phone violations, particularly third party calling,” meaning the phoner with Angie Mar was made via three way-calling (they still do that?) which is a violation. Welp. No word on when her new release date is but Foglia said, “We expect to resolve that misbehavior report sometime in the next week or so.”

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