YNW MellyThe diamond-encrusted grill is doing him a disservice in jail, and neither is the judge who denied his recent request to be released from prison for emergency dental treatment.
The “Murder on my Mind” rapper is currently locked up in Broward County Jail awaiting trial for double murder…and recently claimed he had a severe toothache that required a visit to the dentist.
YNW Melly Families of alleged victims don’t want him released from jail
According to documents obtained by TMZ Hip-Hop … Melly failed to convince the judge, who denied her motion on August 30.
Melly’s full set of diamond dental crowns require constant maintenance, but he claims he was not allowed to own a simple toothbrush, floss or regular visits to the dentist when he was shut in.
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As a result, he says he developed a painful abscess in his lower jaw which is the root of his chronic infection.
Melly says he has private insurance and his attorney even argued they were willing to pay the cost of the treatments… which would include his own transport and independent security, but the judge still said no.
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