Tekashi 6ix9ine was first arrested on racketeering charges in November 2018, but his legal woes started long before that.
An Australian woman was given a 25-month sentence after providing fake work experience and references to receive a high-paying government job.
During a "frenzied" attack on December 30, 2017, Junior Fayiah Carlos, 27, stabbed Christine D'Cruz, 19, 35 times.
"We gotta get their daddy home!"
The facility is a minimum-security prison 70 miles northwest of Manhattan, where the now-disbarred lawyer and his family live.
"He calls her all day every day."
"It did seem that the sentence maybe was much more than perhaps other people get for bigger crimes."
"You have a judge like T.S. Ellis, who looks at a defendant like Paul Manafort, sees someone rich, powerful, nearly 70 years old, and looks at a version himself," a former Justice Department official told MSNBC.
"The fake collusion narrative is simply too important to the media," said former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.
Ellis will decide if Manafort will effectively spend the remainder of his life in prison.
6ix9ine entered a guilty plea on nine counts of racketeering and other crimes in January.
McArthur photographed his victims bodies.
No bail was set for 6ix9ine during the court hearing either.
Brown was detained by authorities on suspicions of raping a woman in Paris.
"He's good luv, enjoy #Free Danny," Jade captioned the photo.
Mack is facing a 15-year minimum, maximum life sentence on charges of sex trafficking.
Brown is expected to appear before a judge in February 2019.
Young is the eighth person to be arrested in connection to Tekashi 6ix9ine's federal indictment on racketeering charges.
"The president will probably be mad at me for saying this," Scaramucci said.
Mike Sorrentino pleaded guilty to one count of tax evasion and was sentenced to eight months in prison in October.