Rapper Terius Gray, better known as Juvenile, was arrested on Saturday night in Louisiana for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license, to the Associated Press. The former member of the Hot Boys was reportedly pulled over for going 75 mph in a 65 mph zone.
Subsequent to his arrest, Juvenile was released after posting a $750 bond. He has a court date on April 1.
The arrest is the latest in a string of legal troubles for the "Drop That Thang" MC, who was arrested twice before on drug charges, in January 2003 and in February both times in Louisiana. Juvenile was also arrested in summer 2002 for assaulting his barber.
Juvenile was the focus of unwanted attention in the aftermath of the sudden and violent deaths of his 4-year-old daughter, the girl's mother, Joy Deleston, and another child at the hands of Deleston's then 17-year-old son Anthony Tyrone Terrell Jr. in 2008. The rapper was criticized for choosing not to attend his daughter's funeral.
"You don't get over things like that. That's something that goes with you for the rest of your life. I'm not even comfortable talking about it. I stayed away from the press, everybody had a million questions," Juvenile said of his daughter's death in a 2009 interview. "I'm not even comfortable talking about it."