Jail time seemed imminent for Young Buck following a report late last month that G-Unit rapper was arrested for threatening to burn down his ex-girlfriends apartment and then showed up unannounced. Buck was held in custody for a few hours before being released on $5,000 bond, but now TMZ is reporting that he spent time in a federal jail over the weekend for violating his probation with the arrest.

Jail officials tell the celebrity site that Buck was admitted to Warren County Regional on Thursday (July 28), with documents filed by the U.S. attorney seeking to revoke his probation "on the basis that he may flee and that he poses a danger to others." Buck's probation stems from a 2012 gun charge for which federal agents discovered illegal firearms in the rapper's home during a raid. He was released from federal prison on Monday (Aug. 1) but he is due back in court on the matter of probation revocation.

Buck had released a new mixtape, 10 Bodies, a week before the initial arrest, with Waka Flocka as the lone feature and production credits to Zaytoven, London on da Track, Bandplay and more. The 11 track tape is hosted by DJ Drama and DJ Whoo Kid and follows December’s 10 Pints mixtape. That new project hit the net just a few days after Young Buck made an impassioned appearance on TMZ Live, issuing some strong statements about fighting back against crooked cops.

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