Wilson posted images to Facebook, posted a selfie holding the phone while in his cell and streamed live videos, Pak said.
The videos were streamed between late May and July, Pak said. In one stream, he said he set up a GoFundMe page for his cellmate, AJC.com previously reported.
“We starting a GoFundMe fund for my cellie, man,” Wilson said. “Look at him. He dried up. He hungry.”
In another video, he decided to give life advice to all the “little kids” watching his streams.
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“Don’t do drugs, sell drugs, steal guns (and) stay away from the guns, especially if you’re a convicted felon, because the federal law ain’t playing ... the United States will lock your (expletive) up,” he said.
The Contraband Act of 2010 made it a crime for federal inmates to possess or use cellphones, Pak said. Wilson was charged with possessing a contraband cellphone in prison under that law on April 29.
Wilson was set to be released in November 2022, according to Federal Bureau of Prisons records. The additional three months will be completed when he finishes his current term.
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