Kodak Black has been moved out of the Kentucky prison where he claimed he was being tortured.
Attorney, Bradford Cohen, says Kodak was transferred to USP Thomson, a high-security prison in Illinois, where the guards are treating him better than in Kentucky.
The change came after a lawsuit was filed against the Federal Bureau of Prisons for alleged torture. The BOP transferred Black from Big Sandy to FTC Oklahoma City, then transferred to Thomson.
Cohen spoke with Black who said he was glad to be out of Big Sandy. Kodak's in a better situation than before, but is now 1,500 miles away from his family in Florida, and not happy about his visitation and commissary situation, claiming he's only been able to speak to his legal team after last year's fight with guards in a Miami prison.
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