The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting that the Attorney General of Georgia has ordered T.I. to court after he was arrested for drug possession.
U.S. District Judge Charles Pannell Jr. on Thursday ordered T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris Jr., to appear before him in federal court in Atlanta and explain why his probation should not be revoked because of his recent arrest in Los Angeles. Pannell has not yet set a court date.
T.I. was released from prison earlier this year and is still on probation for firearms violations.
The order, signed by T.I.’s probation officer, lists three possible violations of his bond: possession of ecstasy on Sept. 1, testing positive for opiates on Sept. 2 and associating on Sept. 1 with Cortez Thomas, a convicted felon.