Montana Fishburne Moving To Maryland — But Must Abide By Strict Probation Rules!

Sep. 24 2018, Updated 6:20 p.m. ET

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Laurence Fishburne’s troubled daughter might be moving out of Florida, but the court wants to make sure she stays on on top of her probation terms in connection to her DUI arrest, as revealed in court documents exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.

As readers know, Montana Fishburne recently dodged jail time  after a Florida judge tossed an arrest warrant for the 27-year old porn star for violating conditions of her DUI case when she traveled to New York without telling her probation officer.

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READ THE SHOCKING COURT DOCUMENTS

According to the new documents obtained exclusively by Radar, Fishburne plans to move out of Florida and settle in Maryland. It looks like the judge signed off on the move, but Fishburne still has to agree with her ongoing probation terms:

“Probation VOP 9/4/2-18 reinstated 9/14/18— same terms & conditions and modified as follows: 1- Report to probation Immediately: 2— Random Urinalysis tests at the expense of the defendant- 2x monthly: 3— Defendant is allowed to travel providing probation with Itinerary: 4— follow special conditions as indicated proof of employment & proof of residence: 5— No objection to defendant moving to Maryland.”

It is unclear when Montana plans to make the big move. The porn star was placed on 12 months probation after she was arrested for DUI on March 11, 2017 in Fort Lauderdale when she rear-ended a Range Rover as she was traveling on the I-95 near the Oakland Park Boulevard exit.

A police dash cam captured Fishburne squatting and urinating on the shoulder of the interstate as emergency personnel were clearing the accident. According to police reports, Fishburne blew a .177 and .181 on the breathalyzer when she was tested at the police station after her arrest.

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