Rapper Kodak Black has been indicted on charges of first degree sexual assault. The musician, real name Dieuson Octave, was arrested for the crime in November last year and was formally charged on Monday, Twelfth Circuit solicitor Ed Clements revealed to local news station WPDE.

According to Florence County sheriff’s office the assault is alleged to have taken place in February 2016 at the Comfort Inn and Suites in Florence County, South Carolina following Octave’s show at the Treasure City nightclub. The victim, a teenage girl, is said to have initially reported the assault to her school nurse. According to Clements, if convicted, Octave could face up to 30 years in prison.

Twenty-year-old Octave, whose debut album Painting Pictures was released in March and debuted at No 3 in the US Billboard charts, has been charged with various offences over the past two years, including possession of a weapon, armed robbery and false imprisonment. In September 2016, Octave was sentenced to four months in jail for drugs charges. In May, Octave was charged with breaking house arrest and sentenced to 364 days in prison. He was released early this June after completing a life skills course.