YoungBoy Never Broke Again just can’t stay out of trouble. According to a recent report by The Advocate regarding his detailed post-release plan from a court hearing on Monday, prosecutors have been using one incident that reportedly happened behind bars to justify keeping the rapper locked up for such a long time, arguing that he can’t stay out of fights.In a report by The Advocate about YoungBoy’s court hearing this week, it was revealed that the rapper recently got into a fight, despite the jailhouse’s high security. YoungBoy’s legal team laid out a plan for him to move to Utah, build an in-house recording studio, and stay out of trouble over there. However, because of the fight, prosecutors have been shutting down his requests to get out on bond.

Prosecutor Will Morris even called YoungBoy’s pattern of behavior “disturbing.” During the same court hearing, it was confirmed that the feds were using the name “Operation Never Free Again” to describe the sting takedown of YoungBoy, making a play on his rap moniker.

Back in March, NBA YoungBoy–also known as YoungBoy Never Broke Again–was arrested in L.A. for evading authorities and possessing two firearms. Since then, the rapper–who just turned 22 while behind bars–has had his bond revoked or denied twice. However, prosecutors shot down these plans–referencing NBA YoungBoy‘s “disturbing” behavior as a reason to keep him locked up.

Specifically, the prosecution argued that NBA YoungBoy cannot stay out of trouble and brought up a recent fight he was allegedly involved in behind bars. While the exact details of the altercation are unknown, prosecutors suggested that NBA YoungBoy getting into fights despite jailhouse security is a sign that he’ll get into trouble out in Utah.