Kodak Black and his legal team are looking to grill three sheriff deputies who were part of the cavalry of law enforcement that raided the home and allegedly left his 2-year-old son out in the cold while they ransacked the house.
Officials claim the raid was conducted after they saw a video from social media with his 2-year-old child near marijuana and guns, but Kodak's famed attorney, Bradford Cohen, says law enforcement did not respond until 5 days later, and if they were truly worried about the well being of the child they would have responded sooner. They think the action from the sheriff's department was complete overkill.
Further, Kodak's attorney wants to question that if the welfare and safety of the child were the main objectives, then "Why was the boy left out in the cold in nothing but a diaper" while the house was tossed.
Cohen exclusively tells The Blast, Kodak's son was "Left on the porch in a diaper and T-shirt staring at his father while he was in handcuffs, and did not get pants or shoes until Kodak's legal team showed up and demanded the child be taken care of."
We're told Cohen also wants to question the deputies about the response to Kodak's home, including why a gang task force showed up to conduct the raid on January 18 instead of regular sheriff's deputies. We're told the visit was just supposed to be a probation check by local authorities, but the response was a full crew of deputies from Broward County's gang unit with assault rifles and masks.
Cohen filed the notice of deposition with the State Attorney, and has all three scheduled for the afternoon of February 8.