The former rap mogul faces 13 charges for running a drug dealing operation.
Former rap mogul James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond is facing 13 charges for running a drug dealing operation that could have earned him more $10 million annually and the government wants to get paid. Feds are looking to confiscate his million dollar condo along the Hudson River in Manhattan along with a luxury condo in Brooklyn worth nearly $3 million.
Rosemond was arraigned July 6 for having a "supervisory and management position" in a crime operation that started trafficking large quantities of cocaine in 2007. If convicted, he could be sentenced to life in prison.