MTV News reports that according to a spokesperson for the New York State Division of Parole, Tony Yayo met with his parole officer the day after his release and was asked to provide all his current identification documents as part of a standard, post-release review. Among those included was a fake passport — a violation of federal law. Yayo is now being held in federal custody at a prison in New York City for possession of a forged instrument. He had a preliminary hearing last week that set another hearing date for February 24. Because he is accused of violating federal law, his case is being handled by both state and federal authorities. Read more.
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