Philly Rapper Moves From Federal to Halfway House - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Philly Rapper Moves From Federal to Halfway House



    10 Tips for Buying Safe Toys

    Rapper Beanie Sigel has been moved from a federal prison to a halfway house after serving a two-year tax evasion sentence.
    The Bureau of Prisons told that 40-year-old Sigel was moved from prison to a Philadelphia-area residential re-entry system on Thursday.

    Authorities said Sigel, whose real name is Dwight Grant, had failed to pay more than $700,000 in taxes.
    Defense attorney Fortunato Perri Jr. told last week that the halfway house will give his client ``a chance to be reintegrated back into the community.''

    Sigel was also sentenced in March of last year to six to 23 months on a narcotics possession charge following a traffic stop in the Philadelphia suburbs. Officials said that sentence would run at the same time as the federal sentence.