Chrisean Rock Sentenced To Jail, Faces Extradition To Oklahoma

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 03: Chrisean Rock attends Normal Culture presents: Evolutionary Inception Fashion Show hosted by Winnie Stackz on February 03, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Victoria Sirakova/Getty Images)

Chrisean Rock has been sentenced to 30 days in jail and is facing extradition to Oklahoma following her recent arrest on a felony fugitive warrant. This warrant, issued from Oklahoma, led to her arrest on June 10 at the Van Nuys West Courthouse in Los Angeles. Initial reports from TMZ revealed that Rock was wanted in Oklahoma for charges including “possession of marijuana with intent to distribute” and “possession of a controlled dangerous substance,” stemming from a February 18, 2022 arrest.

On Thursday, June 13, Rock was booked by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on a felony charge. Her booking record indicated “NO BAIL” and provided no information about her release date. Her first court appearance occurred that same morning. Later in the day, the felony charge was reduced to a misdemeanor. Yet she continued to be held without bail and was placed on hold by Oklahoma authorities.

By Monday, June 17, updates to Rock’s booking record showed she had also appeared in court on Friday, June 14, where she was sentenced to 30 days in jail. She is currently detained at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California. The record still indicates her hold by Oklahoma authorities, pending her extradition after serving her sentence in California.

An agent from the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department confirmed to The Shade Room on June 17th that Rock’s misdemeanor charge is for “assault with a deadly weapon without a firearm,” related to a California case. Though the specific case was not mentioned, in February, James Wright Chanel filed assault charges against Rock in California.

After her 30-day sentence in California, Rock will be extradited to Oklahoma to face charges there. In Oklahoma, she pleaded not guilty on October 7th, 2022, and on March 15th, 2023. Her sentencing was deferred for four years. She was also ordered to pay court fees, serve 120 hours of community service, and placed on supervised probation.