Juelz Santana recently had a travel request revoked by a judge after the government alleged the rapper tested positive for methadone and opiates.
According to new legal documents received from TMZ, Juelz asked for permission to fly to Miami for work this month, but the government said he had not fully followed the rules of his supervised release and a judge had canceled his plans.
After 19 months in prison, Juelz is released under supervision on a 27-month prison term. He was caught at an airport with a loaded gun in his hand luggage. Part of his release requirements is that he take mandatory drug tests.
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The outlet reports that Juelz planned to travel to Miami with two convicted felons, which is also not allowed.
Juelz ‘attorney Jef Henninger added that Juelz will follow the rules for travel inquiries and hang out with “the right people”. They also deny the results of the drug test. Juelz struggled with addiction for years.