Tyga is facing some legal troubles after someone contacted the California Wildlife last week complaining about the pet tiger at his Ventura Home.

A warden at Tyga's home said that the animal had been removed from the home and placed at a private animal shelter.

Authorities then went to the animal shelter and took the 7-month old pet tiger to a state facility for safekeeing while they investigate.

Even though Tyga took great care of the wild animal and was unaware that owning the animal is illegal, he still can face misdemeanor charges of possession of a prohibited species … punishable by up to six months in jail. 

Story Credit: TMZ

Written by: Karizma Kysh