REPORT: Prosecutors Ask Judge For More Restrictions On Kyle Rittenhouse After Bar Sighting

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Wisconsin prosecutors are reportedly seeking a court order for Kyle Rittenhouse to stay away from bars and white supremacist groups.

Prosecutors are requesting more restrictions for Rittenhouse after he was reportedly seen drinking beer at a bar with his parents, according to CBS Minnesota. (RELATED: REPORT: Kyle Rittenhouse Spotted At Bar Wearing ‘Free As F*ck Shirt, Drinking Beer)

“The defendant’s continued association with members of a group that prides itself on violence, and the use of their symbols, raises significant possibility of future harm. Further, this association may serve to intimidate potential witnesses,” the motion reportedly states according to CBS Minnesota.

The motion says that Rittenhouse posed outside of the bar with two men while gesturing an “ok” sign, which has been used as a symbol for white supremacist groups, reported CBS Minnesota.

Rittenhouse was also serenaded by men inside the bar to the song “Proud of Your Boy,” which is the anthem of the Proud Boys, CBS Minnesota reported.

Rittenhouse is out on a $2 million bond after being charged with killing two people and injuring a third during protests following the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

The prosecutor’s request has reportedly not yet been scheduled to be heard by a judge.