VALHALLA, NY (AP) – Rapper Casanova who is jailed in New York City Gang-related federal drunkenness, is being disciplined over a dance challenge video on social media.

The 34-year-old rapper, whose legal name is Caswell Sr., is being disciplined by Westchester County Jail officials after a woman recorded that he accepted what is known as the Junebug Challenge during a video visit. the Journal News reported.

The challenge asks TikTok users to perform a series of movements in the strangest place they can think of. The woman picked up Casanova, who was dancing in prison, and posted him Instagramreported the newspaper.

Westchester County Proofreader Joseph Spano said proofreaders had revoked Casanova’s video visit privileges because it was illegal to record video and take pictures during a virtual visit.

“I’m happy to say we don’t have a lot of problems with video visits because inmates know it’s a privilege, not a right,” Spano said.

Casanova is charged again for not wearing a mask, authorities said.

Casanova’s attorney James Kousouros noted that his client was not the one who posted the video and hoped the matter could be resolved without Casanova being cut off from video visits. This is the only way he can see his loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic. Kousouros said Casanova was just “trying to keep his mood up and laugh”.

Casanova was among 18 alleged members of the gang of the untouchable gorilla Stone Nation indicted in December on a variety of crimes in New York City and elsewhere in New York state. Casanova pleaded not guilty of conspiracy to extortion, conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, and gun possession.

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