Dipset lieutenant Juelz Santana was granted permission by a judge a brief reprieve for his daughter’s birthday, loosening the noose of his house arrest restrictions over the weekend.
Juelz, whose given name is Laron James, was placed under harsh restrictions during his house arrest for trying to board a plane in Newark International Airport with a handgun. One stipulation was Santana was not allowed to travel to any of the Dipset tour stops this summer without being accompanied by his mother.
James’ lawyer pulled some strings by laying out a detailed schedule for the weekend of his daughter Bella’s birthday, including a trip to the nail salon, a trip into the city from New Jersey to go shopping, then back to New Jersey for Bella’s party.
Santana followed the tight schedule and has now gone back to his regular house arrest stipulations.
Juelz is facing up to 20 years in prison if convicted of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and carrying a weapon on an aircraft for the incident at Newark Liberty International Airport.