Young Buck Was Jailed For a Probation Violation

Young Buck

Young Buck spent the weekend in a federal jail for a probation violation.

According to TMZ, the rapper (real name: David Darnell Brown) was booked into Warren County Regional in Kentucky on Thursday (July 28). Docs filed by the U.S. Attorney said his probation was revoked and he was ordered to remain locked up "on the basis that he may flee and that he poses a danger to others."

However, it's unclear how he was in violation.

Buck is on probation for a 2012 gun charge, stemming from a raid on his home where federal agents found illegal firearms.

He was also arrested last month for allegedly threatening to torch his ex-girlfriend's apartment.

Buck was released Monday (Aug. 1), but is due back in court for probation violation hearing.