Troubled rapper Mystikal has checked into prison to begin an 81-day sentence relating to a 2010 probation violation.
The Danger (Been So Long) hitmaker pleaded guilty to sexual battery and extortion in 2004 after forcing his stylist to perform sex acts and he was sentenced to six years in prison for the crime.
Mystikal, real name Michael Tyler, walked free in January, 2010, and was placed on five years probation, however, the hip-hop star violated that order on 22 February (12) when he was taken into custody on a misdemeanour charge of domestic abuse battery.
In April (12), the 41 year old was ordered to serve 90 days behind bars for the crime and on Monday (14May12) the New Orleans native arrived at a Louisiana prison to begin his punishment, according to HipHopDX.com.
The star, who bid goodbye to fans during a farewell show on 4 May (12), will serve 81 days in total - he'll receive nine days credit for time already served.