Embattled rapper Young Buck is in trouble with the law again after receiving two speeding tickets and becoming embroiled in a dispute over a traffic stop.
The hip-hop star, who was convicted of stabbing a man in 2004 and is currently facing a gun possession charge, has been issued with speeding tickets in Georgia and Indiana, but fell foul of his probation officer by failing to notify authorities of the offences.
He came to cops' attention again during a traffic stop in Indiana when a vehicle which was travelling in convoy with the star allegedly failed to stop. Young Buck - real name David Darnell Brown - claims he "was travelling with people allegedly for purposes of business, but did not know their identities", according to Tennessean.com.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Joe Brown has reportedly given Young Buck until Wednesday (15Jun11) to provide investigators with information on who was driving the vehicle.
The star is currently free on $100,000 (£66,666) bail after pleading not guilty to a charge of being a convicted felon in possession of a gun and ammunition back in March (11).