DMX Transferred To Prison’s Mental Health Unit

By Lora Neng
WWW.STREETGANGS.COM STAFF WRITER
December 29, 2010

Earl Simmons, known by the rap name DMX, was sentenced to a year in jail after pleading guilty to violating the terms of probation in mid December, at which time Judge Christine Mulleneaux expressed her belief that he has “an undiagnosed mental condition.” The Arizona Department of Corrections has since confirmed DMX’s admission to the Flamenco Health Unit at Alhambra.

Judge Mulleneaux believed that his refusal to undergo treatment after testing positive for cocaine amongst other felony probation violations, including use of Oxycotin without a prescription, may be symptomatic behavior of possible bi-polar disorder.

DMX is being held for his thirteenth incarceration. Counting from his move to the mental-health unit on December 20th, he is barred from visitors for 30 days .

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