is A $ AP Rocky to stay in prison … or a 5 star hotel?
As we pointed out, after his arrest during a street fight in Sweden, the rapper stays home. Kronoberg detention center in Stockholm where he would be subjected to inhuman conditions.
Wednesday, Fredrik Wallin – the governor of the prison – spoke Page six where he defends the installation against critics.
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In a statement, Wallin said the residence was clean, had been "recently renovated" and offered inmates three meals a day – ground meat, potato soup, sausage stew with rice, cod, mashed potatoes earth, chili and spicy pasta.
"Usually you live in a prison cell consisting of an office, a bed with a mattress and a television … In recent years, we have completed a vast reconstruction in which all the cells The prison as well as the rest of the house have been completely renovated, making the house in good condition. I have no knowledge of any current illness in the house of arrest. "
A house arrest in Sweden is an institution for people who have been arrested for a crime and are awaiting trial. In addition, asylum seekers awaiting deportation, drug addicts or mentally ill persons waiting to be placed in an institution could also be detained in this area.
"If a person spills food, has an accident, or injures himself and could cause blood, we disinfect immediately by calling in a professional cleaning company … This is done in the interest of the prisoners as well as for the staff decent working conditions. "
However, he did not want to confirm or deny whether Rocky was in prison custody,
Despite this, on Tuesday, the manager of the artist – John Ehmann – launched an online petition demanding that his client be released by the Swedish authorities.
"The conditions of the establishment are horrible. Among the inhumane conditions that Rocky and his colleagues face at the Stockholm detention center are the solitary confinement 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the restriction of amenities for the most basic human functions, the l '. access to tasty and essential food for life, as well as unsanitary conditions. "
"The solitary confinement 24 hours a day, 7 days a week" could mean that Rocky is subject to restrictions, where he may be denied visits, access to newspapers, radio and the television. In addition, his phone calls may be monitored or totally denied.
However, a source for the publication said Rocky is "not about the restriction."
According to a court statement, a Swedish prosecutor has until July 19 to decide the prosecution of the rapper for the alleged incident of June 30.
He will be detained until then and if the prosecutor asks for an extension, the courts will "decide whether or not he accepts the extension of the period".
[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]