One other Black Ink Crew solid member finds themselves in authorized hassle following an arrest for DUI and dashing in Georgia final month.
In accordance with TMZ, Former Black Ink Crew member Richard Duncan was pulled over in Georgia by law enforcement officials and charged with dashing, DUI, driving with an open container of alcohol, and possession of a managed substance.
Police reportedly smelled alcohol on the tattoo artist’s breath, and Duncan failed a discipline sobriety verify. Nevertheless, he allegedly admitted to ingesting.
Additional analysis of his situation led police to go looking Duncan’s automobile. In accordance with Distractify, Georgia police discovered cocaine throughout the automobile search.
Over the weekend, Duncan admitted to his greater than 555,000 Instagram followers concerning the incident and his arrest and mentioned he plans to hunt assist to get again on observe.
“Final month I did one thing actually silly throughout a manic episode and consequently, obtained a DUI,” he admitted.
I don’t condone ingesting and driving, drug use or performing out- psychological sickness or not. I did one thing that was so dumb, pointless and truthfully embarrassing.
“I can’t promise perfection however step one is accountability and honesty and I’m engaged on each. I brazenly settle for the implications of my actions and I’m actively working with my medical doctors, therapists and group to get again on observe.”
Duncan, who now owns Drip Tattoo Collective in Atlanta, additionally gave an announcement to TMZ.
“I had a bipolar manic episode as a result of I used to be off my medicine for a month and I made a horrible determination I by no means plan to make once more. I sometimes don’t drink, I’ve been sober for some time now. If I can make certain I keep on my medicine I’m certain I gained’t do something like that once more. The toughest battle I’ve ever confronted resides as a bipolar man who self-medicates after I don’t take medicine.”
Duncan is the newest former Black Ink Crew solid member to be arrested for misdeeds.
All the costs are misdemeanors besides the possession of a managed substance cost which is a felony. He has pled not responsible.