The warrant for David's arrest was signed off by a judge following him not showing up to a court hearing. This hearing was based on an incident that occurred back in 2018. It involved David illegally towing a person's truck who was blocking his car space. David wanted to take care of it himself and took the matter into his own hands.
However, the incident escalated when the video was uploaded to David's YouTube channel. The caption read"Learn the right way to deal with a$$holes who think it's cool to block you in a parking space" . The owner decided to press charges, and he faces the charge of tampering with a vehicle and injury to personal property.
David spoke to Celebernation and officially released this statement, giving Celebernation some insight as to why he didn't make the court date."My attorney is handling that situation. He was trying to contact me this morning, but I have a new phone number. I didn't realize court was today. No biggie tho, I'm going to pay it up in a few days, it will all be handled".
Typically these types of warrants are cleared right away as soon as the offender shows up to court wanted for a failure to appear. Will David face any jail time for towing someone else's vehicle? What do you think? It might be a serious fine and some probation time, but we don't see any jail time arising from this.
David seems to be occupied with his new career in music and his knife brand. It's a New Year, 2020! Were pretty positive David just wants to put the past behind him and move forward with his current endeavors and new set goals.
Let's make 2020 the start of new beginnings and fresh starts! Well be tracking this story and following up with details as to how the judge decides to proceed in this case. Stay Tuned!