Kyle Norman Is Back in Jail After Violating His Probation
Norman’s probation stemmed from his arrest back in November 2016 on family violence and battery. The singer is accused of cruelty to children in the third degree for allowing a minor to witness violence, which carries a maximum 12 month sentence.
The 40-year-old singer's sentencing also included 12 months’ probation, a $24 fine, a $39 a month “supervision fee,” alcohol and drug treatment, 12 Anger Management classes and having no violent contact with the victim. According to his probation officer, Norman violated numerous terms of his probation, including failing to report, failing to pay fines/fees, owing $394 in arrearages to the court, skipping alcohol and drug evaluation or attend the anger management classes.
Norman’s P.O. demanded the singer’s probation be revoked and he be re-sentenced in the case for his violations. The judge agreed with the probation officer and revoked Norman’s probation. He was then sentenced to 13 days in jail with credit for 5 days already served, which means he will be released next week. He's currently locked up in DeKalb County Jail in Georgia.
Once Norman is released from jail, he will have to pay the $394 fine and provide proof of attending the 12 Anger Management classes.
Reps for Kyle Norman has no comment on the matter.