Kodak Black is one step closer to being hit with a default judgment, after being served with legal papers relating to a $500k lawsuit.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Kodak was served with court documents on August 12 by concert promoter Nicholas Fitts.
The process server was able to simply hand them off at FDC Miami, the federal prison facility where Kodak is currently located.
Fitts serving Kodak with the documents allows him to get one step closer to obtain a default judgment, without the rapper ever showing up to court.
Earlier this year, Fitts sued the rapper accusing Kodak of blowing off multiple concerts despite having a signed deal.
The suit claims Kodak was contractually bound to perform on March 3, 2017 in New York, but he never showed up. The rapper then agreed to do a “makeup date” in April 2017 but didn’t show up AGAIN.
Fitts says he reluctantly agreed to give him another shot and scheduled a third show but Kodak once again blew it off.
He is suing seeking for in excess of $500,000 in damages.
The rapper may not be responding to the case due to him currently being locked up in FDC Miami after not being granted bond.
Kodak was arrested at Rolling Loud Music Festival by local police and agents from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and U.S. Marshals.
He was also indicted by a grand jury for trying to illegally purchase firearms and is facing 10 years in prison.