Rapper Flesh-N-Bone's jail sentence for a probation violation was
delayed for a second time Wednesday so that the 24-year-old member of the hip-hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony could finish his second solo album, according to Carol Panariello, courtroom clerk at the San Fernando Municipal Court in California. Flesh (a.k.a. Stanley Howse) and his attorney appeared in court yesterday and received a continuance until April 15. Panariello said the court agreed because it is still researching the amount of time that Flesh spent at a Los Angeles drug rehab center last summer, time that the rapper has requested count toward his 120-day sentence for probation violations related to assault and possession of explosives charges.