Wisconsin prosecutors are seeking to change the terms of Kyle Rittenhouse’s bond agreement after the Kenosha gunman was spotted drinking at a bar and allegedly flashing white power signs earlier this month.
The motion stems from an image of Rittenhouse, 18, at Pudgy’s Pub in Mount Pleasant on Jan. 5 wearing a T-shirt that read “Free as F–k,” WTMJ-TV reported.
Kenosha County prosecutors want to bar Rittenhouse from being able to consume alcohol, enter pubs, display white power signs and congregate with known white supremacist groups — all actions allegedly committed by the teen during the Pudgy’s outing with his mother, the report said.
Rittenhouse is currently free on $2 million bond while he awaits trial on murder charges for killing two Black Lives Matter protesters and wounding a third.
The teen consumed three beers at Pudgy’s, prosecutors said. In Wisconsin, underage people can consume alcohol with parental consent.
Prosecutors also allege Rittenhouse flashed a known white power sign